What role did Israel play in the spread of an insidious piece of malware? Plus, PR companies and controversial states.
Best of the week and behind the scenes.
Armenia has called on Russia to deploy troops along its border with Azerbaijan to prevent further violence.
The US speaks of non-proliferation but is spending billions to upgrade its nuclear arsenal.
Rich countries again fail to reach an agreement on what's called intellectual property.
Opponents of military junta face twin threat of coronavirus infections and repression.
From music to maize, farmer Hector Mugani finds harmony in growing his crops and nurturing Zimbabwe's musical talent.
Warnings of authoritarianism after president sacked ministers and froze parliament.
Spyware scandal and government raids on media outlets have Indian journalists worried about press freedom.
President sacks prime minister and freezes parliament after anti-government protests.
Community activist Temi Mwale and political activist Athian Akec are on a mission to end youth violence in the UK.
Translators and contractors in Afghanistan fear the resurgent Taliban as US and NATO troops leave.
New infections and deaths skyrocket as volunteers fill gaps in medical care.
Space tourism will be worth $8bn by 2030, but that's a fraction of today's $350bn space industry.
The global epidemic of surveillance using malicious spyware. Plus, Bild’s battle for political influence in Germany.
The High Council for National Reconciliation’s chief discusses if trust has been built after months of negotiations.