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Bronek Masojada, chief executive of the insurance company Hiscox, analyses the effect of recent conflicts on the insurance market
A court says the UberPop service must stop transporting passengers in Germany, but the American company refuses to suspend work.
Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell discusses his new novel The Bone Clocks on BBC Breakfast.
How were leaked celebrity photos obtained?
A dramatic lava eruption that began early on Sunday near Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano has continued into Monday.
The EU is considering limiting the power of hairdryers but will this really cut energy consumption?
The growing threat to our recovery
The brain can be trained to prefer healthy food over unhealthy high-calorie foods, suggests a study from the US.
A man has died in a house fire in Carryduff, on the outskirts of Belfast.
Motorists have been warned to expect increased traffic disruption in south Wales as world leaders begin arriving for the Nato summit in Newport.
Gordon Brown says an independent Scotland would become "an international outcast" if it refused to accept a share of UK debt.
A British activist who campaigns for better labour conditions is on trial in Thailand charged with criminal defamation.
Among the stories fascinating Tuesday's press are whether British forces will engage jihadists in Iraq, and the mass hacking of celebrities' iCloud accounts.
A former terror suspect criticises government anti-terrorism plans as "rehashing of old policies" which will "disenfranchise" UK Muslims.
Details are revealed of an offence committed by a convicted rapist, who was later employed as a Milton Keynes taxi driver.