India cash crisis: Why are Indian ATMs taking so long?
24 Nov 2016 4:38:01
Indians are struggling to access their cash from ATMs, after a government crackdown on corruption.
Bumper load of new viruses identified
24 Nov 2016 4:37:29
Scientists looking into invertebrate animals discover nearly 1,500 new viruses - the largest number documented in any one study.
360 video: Inside the horrors of human trafficking in Mexico
24 Nov 2016 4:36:20
Maria was sold into slavery - experience her story in our 360 VR feature.
IFS chief: 'Worst decade for living standards'
24 Nov 2016 3:53:52
The director of a leading economic think tank says the UK is experiencing "the worst decade for living standards".
ECB warns of political uncertainty risk to eurozone
24 Nov 2016 3:11:29
Political uncertainty is putting the eurozone's financial stability at risk, according to the European Central Bank.
Bletchley Park: 'Codebreakers school' planned for site
24 Nov 2016 2:08:14
Historic codebreaking site Bletchley Park could be turned into a cyberdefence training college.
Autumn Statement: 'Grim picture' for family finances
24 Nov 2016 1:49:37
The outlook for family finances is a "grim picture" with little respite from measures announced in the Autumn Statement, a think tank says.
Egypt ancient city unearthed by archaeologists
24 Nov 2016 0:37:20
Archaeologists in Egypt unearth what they describe as a city that dates back more than 5,000 years.
Meet the crab with the 'mighty claw'
24 Nov 2016 0:31:32
The claws of coconut crabs have the strongest pinching force of any crustacean, according to research.
'Heroic' Antarctic explorers left sea-ice clues
24 Nov 2016 0:07:49
Log books from the early Antarctic expeditions indicate that the area of summer sea-ice around the continent has barely changed in size in a century.
India: Bangalore bank driver makes off with $134,000
24 Nov 2016 0:00:59
Police in India launch a manhunt for a bank driver who is absconding with 9.2m rupees.
Countrywide shares plummet as transactions fall
24 Nov 2016 9:49:08
Shares in the UK's biggest estate agent, Countrywide plummet following its gloomy report on the property market.
FTSE 100 falls but Domino's Pizza up on growth plans
24 Nov 2016 9:39:32
The FTSE 100 falls, but shares in Domino's Pizza rise as it steps up its expansion plans.
Lord Lamont: Difficult for UK to raise productivity
24 Nov 2016 8:47:08
The government will find it difficult to influence productivity, says former Chancellor, Lord Lamont.
Mothercare slips to loss as UK sales fall
24 Nov 2016 8:35:54
Baby goods retailer Mothercare reports a loss, blaming unseasonal weather and warehouse changes.
The Cambodian farmers paid to protect birds
24 Nov 2016 6:52:18
Why rice farmers in Cambodia are being paid to help protect the Giant Ibis.
24 Nov 2016 4:46:29
Why is the Asian country constantly mired in allegations of political dishonesty?
China's LingLong launches DingDong smart home speaker
24 Nov 2016 4:40:09
China's LingLong unveils DingDong, its first smart home speaker and an answer to Amazon's Echo and Google's Home.
Skyscanner bought by China online travel business Ctrip
24 Nov 2016 3:34:38
Travel search business Skyscanner is bought by Ctrip, China's biggest online travel firm, in a deal that values it at £1.4bn.
Predatory bacteria can wipe out superbugs, says study
24 Nov 2016 3:11:55
Bacteria which eat others of their kind could be a new weapon in the fight against superbugs.
Autumn Statement: Government defends post-Brexit economy forecasts
24 Nov 2016 2:13:49
The government says it is "sensible" to assume forecasts about Brexit's impact on the economy are correct.
UK car output dips on slow domestic demand but exports rise
24 Nov 2016 1:28:22
UK car manufacturing slips in October for the first time in 14 months amid slower domestic demand, but exports rise.
24 Nov 2016 1:10:13
Will Donald Trump's business create a conflict of interest for him when he enters the White House?
A solution for refugee suffering: Give them cash
24 Nov 2016 0:19:59
Is cash a better way to help refugees than food aid? A million debit cards have been given to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, loaded up with cash each month by UN agencies such as the UNHCR and by charities - and the scheme is now expanding. BBC World Hacks investigates whether the system works.
24 Nov 2016 0:16:10
People who have found ways to benefit from India's decision to make 86% of its currency illegal.