Belarus, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is set to benefit from the Silk Road of the 21st Century.
U.S. regulator bars airlines from flying over some Iran-controlled airspace
Black-clad protesters demand full withdrawal of Hong Kong extradition bill
EU court rules that Adidas's three stripes trademark is invalid
Business Planet travels to Turku in Finland in search of what is known as Europe's bioeconomy to see how firms with bright ideas are making a positive difference to our future with sustainable products.
Johanna Buchert is the President and CEO of the Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE). Business Planet spoke to her about what is being done to support Europe's bioeconomy.
Britain to become first G7 country with net zero emissions target
Uber's European rival Bolt enters London market, again
All the best sustainable long-reads from around the web this week.
Neymar, sponsors suspend some ad campaigns after rape allegation - statement
Cambodia's forests are under threat from illegal loggers, forcing villagers to take matters into their own hands.
Fiat Chrysler withdraws merger offer for Renault, blames French politics
Business Planet looks at how one European business network is helping small and medium sized firms innovate and succeed overseas.
More insight on how the world's biggest business support network helps small and medium sized firms innovate and succeed overseas.
Authentic Brands acquires the rights to market, develop and license Sports Illustrated and its franchises, but Meredith will pay a licensing fee to operate the editorial operations.
Fiat Chrysler puts merger offer to Renault board
With trade differences in the background, Trump and Abe do diplomacy over golf and sumo
The US revives sanctions against Cuba, big data becomes ever more valuable and Game Of Thrones fans get a tasty souvenir.
India's Modi stuns opposition with huge election win
Britain’s second-largest steelmaker has been forced into liquidation as attempts continue to secure £75m (€85m) to help mitigate Brexit-related issues.
Watch this edition of Inspire Africa and share your feedback and stories that inspire you, using the hashtag #WhatInspiresAfrica.
Boeing Co has made corrections to simulator software that mimics the flying experience of its 737 MAX jets, which were involved in two fatal crashes, and the company has provided additional information to devise operators, a spokesman said on Friday.
This episode of Inspire Africa explores how storytelling and performing arts are shifting gears in Mozambique, but staying true to local traditions.
Business Planet travels to the Czech Republic to see how one nanotechnology cluster is helping SMEs scale-up and go international.
Business Planet speaks to an award winning Czech cluster to find out how it is helping high-tech SMEs maximise their potential.
Business leaders attending conferences in Iran are finally coming to the realisation that doing business with the country means funding terror groups.