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How do parents protect their children and help them feel secure again when their homes are ripped apart by war? In this warm-hearted talk, psychologist Aala El-Khani shares her work supporting -- and learning from -- refugee families affected by the civil war in Syria. She asks: How can we help these loving parents give their kids the warm, secure parenting they most need?
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The Unite union announces more industrial action in a continuing BA pay dispute.
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The larger question is what all this means for the global perception of Indian companies.
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Half of the world's rubies are mined in Mozambique but operations are not without their challenges.
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Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins says they're very likely to appeal after losing a significant court case.
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British Gas freezes gas and electricity tariffs until August while Scottish Power raises its prices.
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The case is the latest to consider the rights of workers and their status with a company that hires them.
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'Gig' economy
10 Feb 2017 1:16:47
What is the so-called "gig" economy, a phrase increasingly associated with employment disputes?
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Disney will plough 1.5bn euros (£1.28bn) into the company and aims to buy out private investors.
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Manufacturing sector growth was stronger than expected in December, while the trade deficit narrowed.
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After months of rumour, it's been confirmed Prince's music will become available to stream this weekend.
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Strong trade data from China lifts metal prices, pushing up mining shares and boosting the wider market.
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A revamp of Renault's model range helps the carmaker overtake rival Peugeot Citroen.
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The UK-based maker of Durex and Dettol says the $16.6bn purchase will help it to expand in China.
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Why has the taxi-booking service stopped its operations on the island, and will it get back on the road?
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A demand for "accurate and timely journalism" is one bright spot for media empire News Corp as it reports a quarterly loss.
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The world's largest music label will be able to release much of the late star's private archive.
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A quarter of Europe's cricket and grasshopper species are being driven to extinction, say experts.
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Two businesswomen in Nigeria describe what it's like to run their businesses in a country where 40% of women are entrepreneurs.
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'A small sacrifice'
10 Feb 2017 0:12:28
Some company bosses are going to extremes to raise money for charity, but should they do more?
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Many firms believe in the value of charitable activity, but what's the best way for firms to give back?
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Mood music
10 Feb 2017 0:05:21
How roboticists and programmers are trying to make their creations more empathetic and "human".
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The rail regulator says firms should refund people who overpay for tickets from self-service machines.
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Indian airlines flying high
09 Feb 2017 3:49:15
Air passenger traffic in India grew by 23% last year and the country's airlines are having to expand quickly to take advantage of the growth.
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US carmakers export hardly any cars to Japan, something that annoys President Trump, but why is this the case? The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes explores.
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