Jailed French executive who felt force of US bribery law
The jail ordeal of ex-Alstom executive Frédéric Pierucci is a warning for firms with a history of corruption.
Why is a 2,500-year-old epic dominating polls in modern India?
The Ramayana, a 2,500-year-old mythological epic has been brought to the fore of the world's largest election
Cuba's government mocked by stampede of ostrich memes
A revolutionary hero's suggestion that Cuba's food shortages could be resolved by eating ostrich is ridiculed online.
Who are the US militia at the Mexico border?
What's the movement behind the groups of armed US civilians patrolling the US-Mexico border?
Etihad Airways: Is plastic-free flying the future?
Etihad Airways has completed the first long-haul flight while replacing 95 single-use plastic items.
Could a computer ever create better art than a human?
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
My lifelong obsession with 'resurrecting' classic cars
Vehicle restorer Charles Palmer on his long-held fascination with bringing classic cars back to life.
Sri Lanka attacks: The ban on social media
Is the ban a sign of things to come for social media firms unable to halt the spread of misinformation?
What we know so far
More than 300 people have been killed in the worst violence Sri Lanka has seen in a decade.
Who are the victims?
Those killed include a celebrity chef and staff at luxury hotels, as well as a number of foreigners.
Sri Lanka attacks: Who are National Thowheed Jamath?
The hardline Islamist group has been blamed for the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka.