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US e-commerce giant eBay is planning to cut 2,400 jobs in the first quarter, the company said on Wednesday.
Does menstruation really affect elite sportswomen's performance? BBC Sport analyses the 'last taboo in sport'.
The symbolism of Barack Obama's trip to India will be much greater than the substance on this visit, writes analyst Pramit Pal Chaudhuri.
The West has failed to support nation-building in Libya, and we are now seeing the consequences, says Mark Mardell.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon's declaration that her party's MPs would vote on English health matters if it helps to protect the Scottish NHS makes the front pages.
Will anti-austerity party win in Greece?
The political joke that went too far?
Can a city sue a TV channel for defamation?
Real Madrid again tops the Deloitte football money league, but English Premier League clubs take eight of the top 20 spots.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to announce a massive bond-buying programme aimed at revitalising the eurozone economy.
Bolivian President Evo Morales attends a colourful swearing-in ceremony dressed as an Inca emperor, a day before his inauguration for a third term.
The World Economic Forum has issued a report that warns failing to improve cyber security could cost the global economy $3tn.
Are chief executives human enough?
Deloitte's football rich list makes good reading for English clubs, with Manchester United tipped to lead the way by 2017.
Helping Brazil's tribal groups make the most from tourism
Swedish statistician Professor Hans Rosling uses snowballs to illustrate how inequality around the world is changing.
Real Madrid reach an agreement to sign 16-year-old Norwegian forward Martin Odegaard from Stromsgodset.
US Secretary of State John Kerry accuses rebels in east Ukraine of a "blatant land grab", amid talks in Berlin to try to de-escalate the violence.
The harsh - and happy - reality of living in a trailer
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles "unlawfully discriminated" against Romany Gypsies wanting pitches in the Green Belt, the High Court rules.