Violence has erupted as anti-Maduro protestors take to the streets of the capital Caracas.
Tension mounts in Venezuela
Opposition protests continue in Venezuela
Supporters of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó have been holding mass protests.
Iran oil sanctions: Exemptions for US trading partners expire
Temporary waivers on the US's sanctions against Iran expire for its key trading partners
US unemployment lowest in 49 years
The US unemployment rate is at its lowest level for more than 49 years.
US trade representative accuses China of eroding trade talks
US trade representative Lighthizer said China eroded commitments on trade
Trade war hits markets
Shares in New York have fallen by the most since March.
US to hit Iran with new economic sanctions
President Trump orders new sanctions on Iran's industrial metals industry
US hours from imposing a further $200bn of tariffs on China
Can a deal be reached between the two countries to end the trade war?
Uber shares sink on stock market debut
The shares fell 7.6%, making the ride-hailing app worth around $70 billion.
India: growth without jobs
India is growing at 6.5% but unemployment and underemployment remain persistent problems
WhatsApp privacy concerns continue
We look at the continued fall-out from the Whatsapp privacy revelations
US in 'emergency' over telecoms contracts
The US declares a national emergency over threats to its telecoms technology
Indian elections...live from Kerala
Business Matters comes live from Kerala in India
Iran-US tensions build
Donald Trump denies rifts with some of his advisers over increasing pressure on Iran
Education looms large in Indian Election
Anu Anand is in New Delhi to explore some of the issues shaping India's 2019 election.
Huawei accuses the US of bullying
Abraham Liu from Huawei said it was an attack on the "liberal, rules-based order."
British Steel collapses
Tens of thousands of jobs are at risk.
Narendra Modi thanks Indians for "historic mandate"
BJP secures a landslide victory in the general election.
Theresa May Quits as PM
Theresa May is to step down as leader of the governing Conservative Party on June the 7th
Renault in talks to merge with Italy's Fiat
Fiat Chrysler has made a "transformative" merger proposal for French carmaker Renault
Trial starts in US opioid case
The first court case starts against a drug company accused of fuelling the opioid crisis.
Boeing CEO apologises to crash victims' families
The boss of Boeing gives his first interview since the two 737 Max aircraft crashes
Uber posts $1 billion loss in first quarterly earnings
The ride-hailing and transport company posted the loss despite a 20% rise in revenues.
Sir Philip Green charged with assault in the US
The British retail tycoon is charged with four counts of misdemeanour assault in Arizona.
Apple closes iTunes
Apple shuts down iTunes and Mexico tells the US tariffs will not affect migration
India Loses Preferential US Trade Status
The US will end preferential trade status for India on Wednesday
Trump Unimpressed With Mexico Trade Talks
The US and Mexico have failed to reach a deal on tariffs and immigration
Vegan burger firm shares soar
Shares in the plant-based burger company Beyond Meat surge
Monetising Space Travel for Tourists
NASA says the space station is now open to tourists
Mexico to cut immigration to US or face tariffs
Under a deal reached with the US, Mexico has 45 days to reduce the flow of migrants.
Congress takes on Big Tech
Hearings begin in the US over alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
Hong Kong extradition protests continue
Police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at demonstrators in Hong Kong
US blames Iran for Gulf of Oman explosions
The US Secretary of State has blamed Iran for "unprovoked attacks" in the Gulf of Oman
UBS economist put on leave over 'pig' row with China
The chief economist at UBS has been put on leave after sparking controversy in China
US accuses Iran of "nuclear extortion"
Iran says it will soon breach agreed limits on stockpiles of enriched uranium
Trump launches re-election campaign
He has promised a "wild" rally in Florida and spoke of planned mass deportations.
Alphabet dismisses investor proposals on AI, antitrust issues and diversity
The parent company of Google has had its annual shareholder meeting.
US Senate votes to block Trump's $8bn Saudi arms sale
Mr Trump bypassed Congress last month in an attempt to push through the deal.
Sudan's military shuts down the internet
Sudan's military has shut down the internet in an attempt to crush a revolt
US imposes fresh sanctions on Iran
New restrictions prevent leaders' access to financial resources
San Francisco set to ban e-cigarettes
The city of San Francisco is set to ban the sale of e-cigarettes.
Democratic candidates in first debates of 2020 election
The stage is set for the first Democratic presidential primary debate for 2020
The G20 summit in Japan starts
World leaders are arriving in Osaka, Japan, for the start of the G20 summit
EU and Mercosur agree trade deal after 20-year talks
The EU and South American economic bloc Mercosur have clinched a huge trade deal
Hong Kong chief executive addresses protestors
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the suspended extradition bill will not return
Europe's central bank set for first female boss
The EU has nominated Christine Lagarde to become the boss of the influential ECB
Should the US cut interest rates?
One of America's interest rate setters, Loretta Mester, lays out her view.
Independence Days and the power of symbolism
As the US celebrates 4th July, what significance do national days hold?
Oil tanker seizures rile UK, US and Iran
How oil traders are reading the spat between three countries over seized national tankers
US and Qatar discuss economy and security
Qatar's Emir will meet Donald Trump in Washington amid growing tensions in the Arab Gulf
Mexico's finance minister resigns
Carlos Urzua was a key figure in President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government.
Defiant Fed boss says Trump won't make him quit
Jerome Powell also hints that a cut in interest rates may be on the horizon.
UK raises security level for British flagged ships in the Gulf
It comes after a BP tanker had assistance from a Royal Navy warship in the region.
Facebook faces $5 billion privacy penalty
The company is thought to have reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces opposition
The US treasury secretary has warned about the potential criminal use of Libra
US Congress grills big tech bosses on antitrust
Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google among those questioned.
Mexican drug lord sentenced to life in prison
El Chapo was earlier accused of being behind the biggest supplier of drugs to the US.
US House passes bill to raise minimum wage to $15 an hour
However, the Republican controlled Senate will be a major hurdle to implementation.
Iran seizes British tanker in Strait of Hormuz
23 personnel were on board the tanker, which was heading "north toward Iran"
Iran tanker seizure called 'act of state piracy'
Britain's foreign secretary has condemned Iran's seizure of a British-flagged cargo ship
Tensions high amid Strait of Hormuz seizure
The impact of Iran's decision to seize a British-flagged ship in the Strait of Hormuz
A new PM, a heatwave and a record breaking movie.
The death of Venice?
The Venetians who say cruise ships and tourist hoards are killing their city
The race to combat Ebola
Despite available vaccines the latest outbreak of Ebola shows no sign of being contained
Despite available vaccines, the latest Ebola outbreak shows no sign of being contained.