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BBC News looks at the prospects for so-called "masala" bonds, which the Indian government has introduced to boost investment.
Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau share more than just a border.
The family of two cousins who died after a New Year's Eve car crash speak ahead of their funerals.
Owning a car for many Ethiopians - even those with ready cash to spend in one of the world's fastest-growing economies - remains a pipe dream, writes Emmanuel Igunza.
Some creative commuters are occupying their travelling hours with a productive pastime. Here is a look at some of their efforts.
How BlaBlaCar created a global transport network with empty car seats.
The lights of Piccadilly Circus will be switched off for the longest time since World War Two.
Two thousand jobless Finns are being given a basic income instead of welfare.
A patient has been caught in an undercover BBC film illegally selling prescription drugs which cost the NHS £10,000 a year.
Brexit, Donald Trump, and the rise of populism have left the world's "liberal elites" reeling. Can Davos, their ideological habitat, survive?
Premier League clubs should face legal action if they fail to meet the needs of disabled fans, according to a new report.
Oxfam research finds the eight richest billionaires have as much wealth as 3.6 billion people combined.
Donald Trump's first UK interview is one of many stories featured on Monday's front pages.
The US president-elect promises a quick trade deal with the UK after he takes office in five days time.
US President-elect Donald Trump says the UK is "doing great" following the decision to leave the EU.
A sports hall roof collapses during a floorball game in the Czech Republic city of Ceska Trebova.
The pound sinks below $1.20 ahead of a key speech from Theresa May on Brexit this week.
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho feels Liverpool were defensive in the draw at Old Trafford, while Jurgen Klopp cites rivals' long-ball tactics.
Renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz's shoot with the prime minister will feature in April's Vogue.
Facebook is rolling out new tools in Germany to help combat the spread of fabricated news stories.