About 4,000 strikes are being held around the world, starting in Australia. Read more
Global climate change strikes get underway
About 4,000 strikes are being held around the world, starting in Australia.
Tensions increase over Saudi oil attack
The race is on to restore Saudi’s oil facilities to full capacity
Countries present their progress on climate change pledges
The UN climate summit wraps up in New York
Democrats launch formal Trump impeachment inquiry
US Democrats have opened a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump
CEO of vape giant Juul steps down
The chief executive of vaping firm Juul has stepped down
Democrats push ahead with Trump impeachment inquiry
White House 'tried to cover up details of Trump-Ukraine call' according a whistleblower
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo subpoenaed
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo subpoenaed over Ukraine.
Communist China at 70
China is celebrating 70 years since the People's Republic was established, in 1949.
China celebrations take a dark turn
A day of grief in Hong Kong as a protester is hit by a live bullet
US to impose new tariffs on European Union goods
The World Trade Organisation rules in favour of the US
Apple's immigrant workers 'crucial', says boss
Tech giant Apple voices support for child immigrants
Prince Harry sues UK tabloids in phone-hacking claim
The prince has begun legal action against the owners of the Sun and the Daily Mirror.
General Motors strike hits US economy
A strike by 50,000 workers at General Motors is now in its third week
IMF and World Bank warn of deteriorating global outlook
Today the World Bank published its World 2020 Development Report
Trump threatens to "wipe out" Turkish economy
How vulnerable is the Turkish economy to an economic assault?
Thirteenth round of US-China trade talks under way
China and the US resumed trade talks in Washington against heightened diplomatic tension
US postpones next tariff hike after China trade talks
The US has agreed to suspend its next tariff hike on Chinese imports
Why did a machine for making cigarettes transform the advertising industry?
Can Liberian rubber bounce back?
Liberia is one of the poorest countries yet rich in natural resources. Can rubber help?
'Herders' and 'olders'
How teenagers are being recruited by criminals to help launder money.
2019 Invent Award Winners
Invent looks for innovations that have the best commercial potential in young start-ups.