One year after hundreds of Bangladesh textile workers died in the Rana Plaza disaster, a 'Fashion Revolution' wants consumers to restyle their clothes and shopping habits to ensure fairness for those employed in a multi-billion dollar industry. Joanna Partridge reports.
American child molester believed to have had victims worldwide
The FBI is seeking information on victims of an admitted American paedophile who taught in overseas schools throughout his career. The suspect killed himself last month. Vanessa Johnston reports.
South Africa's mining strike is hurting some of the industry's biggest names. Anglo American says its platinum output has slumped, and there's speculation it could pull out altogether. Ivor Bennett reports.
Bernie Ecclestone fights for his name - and his throne as the king of Formula One - as a bribery trial opens against him in Munich. Would a conviction hurt or help the sport's image? David Pollard reports.