As 5G mobile technology rolls out, some are concerned about potential health risks
How safe is 5G?
Global warming - are young people making change happen?
As Europe faces a heatwave, we meet young people leading the fight against global warming
Health warnings hit Europe as temperatures soar
Trade will top agenda at G20
As leaders gather for the G20 in Japan, we ask what breakthroughs might emerge on trade
How LGBT workplace rights have evolved
We focus on the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the workplace
EU and Mercosur agree huge trade deal after 20-year talks
The EU and South American economic bloc Mercosur have clinched a huge trade deal
OPEC agree on need to extend oil production cuts
OPEC members have agreed on the need to extend oil production cuts
The impact of the Sony Walkman
On the 40th anniversary of Sony's Walkman cassette player, we look at the device's impact
First broadcast 2019/07/01 18:32 GMT
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Hong Kong chief executive addresses protestors
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the suspended extradition bill is gone
The growing commercial interest in women's football
Around the World Cup semi-final there's growing commercial interest in women's football
First broadcast 2019/07/02 18:32 GMT
The high cost of African mobile data
Africa has the fastest growing mobile data market in the world, but the cost is high
First broadcast 2019/07/03 18:32 GMT
Amazon at 25
As the world's largest retailer Amazon marks its 25th birthday, we look at its future
Families demand accountability for Boeing 737-Max crashes
Relatives of Boeing 737-Max crash victims said the plane-maker put profit ahead of safety
Greek elections: Centre-right regains power
Greece's Prime Minister has conceded defeat in the country's snap general election.
Deutsche Bank to cut 18,000 jobs
Germany's Deutsche Bank is retreating from investment banking in a cost-cutting drive
Qatar's Emir will discuss economy and security with Donald Trump
Qatar’s leader will discuss the economic blockade and Gulf security with President Trump
Developments in elderly care
We look at elderly care as a conference discusses the 'silver economy' in Helsinki
Problems at South Africa's state-run power company
Woes at South Africa's power company Eskom are occupying the country's parliament
The French Tax Revolution
The French parliament has passed a law that will impose a new tax on large internet firms
France approves plan to tax tech giants
The French parliament passed a law that will impose a new tax on large internet firms
Thomas Cook in rescue deal talks
Travel company Thomas Cook is in rescue deal talks with banks and its largest shareholder
World's biggest brewer AB InBev cancels its IPO
The Belgian company had planned to float its Asian arm on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
Turkey continues gas exploration in disputed waters
The EU may impose sanctions on Turkey over its gas exploration in disputed waters.
Chinese economic growth slowest since 1992
China's economy has been slowing despite Beijing's efforts to cut tax and boost spending
Huawei announces investment in Italy
Technology firm Huawei announces significant investment in Italy
Mayors on immigration
We speak with mayors who are defying national immigration policies around the world
US Congress takes on big tech over antitrust
Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple among the firms facing the grilling.
How safe are electric scooters?
The UK's first electric scooter fatality highlighted the risks involved with the devices
Netflix shares sink 10%
Subscriber take-up slows
The dangers of ransomware attacks
We examine the challenges faced by organisations targeted by computer ransomware attacks
The US House passes $15 minimum wage bill
But the Senate will be a major hurdle for implementation.
India's space ambitions
As India prepares to launch a second mission to the moon, we ask if it's money well spent
Volodymyr Zelensky set to win Ukraine elections
Volodymyr Zelensky's party is set to convincingly win a snap parliamentary election
Volodymyr Zelensky's party is set to win a snap parliamentary election in the Ukraine.
How a disgruntled customer revolutionised the postal service
What next for Honda's Swindon workers?
Sean and Louise discuss the impact of Honda's decision to shut its Swindon plant.
Is air traffic control fit for purpose?
The system for keeping planes in the sky dates back to the 1940s - time for an overhaul?
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