VIDEO: Chinese designer Guo Pei hits big time
Yesterday » 9:32:11
Chinese fashion comes of age as a home-grown star makes the leap to becoming an international household name.
Greek closes banks amid debt crisis
Yesterday » 8:54:12
Greek banks will be closed and capital controls imposed, the prime minister says, amid growing fears of a default and possible exit from the eurozone.
Emotional scars still raw after Tunisia attack
28 Jun 2015 4:43:43
Tunisia's tourism industry faces crisis
Greek debt crisis: What are capital controls?
28 Jun 2015 3:44:56
Why Greece is on the brink of capital controls
ECB 'to maintain Greek funding limit'
28 Jun 2015 2:50:15
The European Central Bank says it will maintain its emergency funding of Greek banks at the level agreed on Friday.
What are the Greek papers saying?
28 Jun 2015 1:28:03
Greek papers mull over the referendum on the international bailout offer
Greece on the brink
28 Jun 2015 0:13:50
Greece stares default in the face
ECB 'to end Greek bank lifeline'
28 Jun 2015 8:38:57
The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday, the BBC understands.
Greek MPs back referendum on bailout
28 Jun 2015 1:17:24
Greece's parliament approves plans for a controversial referendum on creditors' terms for a bailout, as the country faces a possible default.
Argentina in Falklands asset ruling
27 Jun 2015 9:58:24
A judge in Argentina orders the seizure of assets of firms drilling for oil around the Falklands, but it is unclear how it can be enforced.
Greek bailout extension refused
27 Jun 2015 6:33:05
Eurozone finance ministers reject a Greek request to extend a bailout programme beyond 30 June.
VIDEO: 'I heard rumours so I'm getting cash'
27 Jun 2015 4:52:41
After Greece called a referendum on the terms for a fresh bailout, the BBC's Anna Holligan speaks to people queuing outside banks in Athens.
Crisis meeting over Greek referendum
27 Jun 2015 4:44:26
Greece's creditors hold a crisis meeting with the Greek finance minister after Athens calls a surprise referendum on the terms for a fresh bailout.
VIDEO: Lagarde 'wants to restore stability' in Greece
27 Jun 2015 3:31:17
Head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, says she is willing to continue giving financial support to Greece - as long as the country plays its part in reaching a bailout agreement.
VIDEO: Paradise lost? Greek islands' tourism fears
27 Jun 2015 9:48:10
Residents on the Greek islands are concerned that government plans to end their favourable tax rate would damage tourism, as the BBC's James Reynolds reports.
Greece to hold referendum on bailout
27 Jun 2015 0:00:50
Greece will hold referendum on 5 July on a controversial bailout deal with foreign creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announces.
Can the Vulcan bring back the vroom?
26 Jun 2015 1:04:52
Can Aston Martin's £1.5m car rev up its fortunes?
VIDEO: Taking a lap in a £1.5m Aston Martin
26 Jun 2015 8:06:52
The BBC's Emma Simpson is taken for a spin in Aston Martin's new £1.5m supercar, the Vulcan.
Q&A: Rail upgrade row
26 Jun 2015 6:21:09
Why have rail upgrade plans been held up?
VIDEO: Zambia's disgruntled builders
26 Jun 2015 5:39:07
Foreign contractors are cashing in on Zambia's building boom, say local firms.
VIDEO: Africa's charity 'CEO sleepout'
26 Jun 2015 5:38:14
Leaders of Africa's top companies spend a cold winter night sleeping outside, raising $2m (£1.3m).
VIDEO: Recovering from Ghana's flood damage
26 Jun 2015 5:37:05
Can the Ghanaian economy keep its head above water following the floods in the capital?
What if the Greek talks fail?
26 Jun 2015 5:23:32
Andrew Walker explains what will happen if the Greek talks fail
Tickets blow for Taylor Swift fans
26 Jun 2015 5:00:51
Police have acted against an online ticket firm's website after hundreds of Taylor Swift fans were left without tickets they had paid for.
Greece offered cash-for-reforms deal
26 Jun 2015 4:40:54
Greece's creditors offer to extend the country's bailout deal so it can avoid defaulting on its debt, providing it agrees to economic reforms.