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A university in north-eastern Nigeria is running projects to feed displaced people and prevent extremism.
Bangladesh's garments industry is nervous that foreign buyers might pull out after a recent attack by Islamic militants killed 20 people, most of them foreigners.
Garment worker Shirin Begum talks to the BBC about her concerns following the recent Islamist attack in Dhaka and its possible impact on her industry.
Plans to develop an opencast coal mine in Northumberland have split locals - some support the jobs created under the scheme, while others are concerned about the impact on tourism.
A former head of Goldman Sach's mortgage trading unit has been barred from the industry by US regulators.
The PayPal entrepreneur represents a "serious threat" to press freedom after funding a legal case that bankrupted Gawker, campaigners say.
BHP Billiton may have reported a record loss - but the outlook for the industry as a whole is improving, analysts say.
Cath Kidston continues its international push as it announces plans to open stores in Latin America.
An influential member of the US central bank says an interest rate rise is "possible" in September.
Virgin East Coast train workers suspend plans for strikes due to start this week.
The pound has weakened following the UK's Brexit vote, pushing up the price of imports, including yellowfin tuna from the western Pacific which are price in Japanese yen.
The UK's benchmark share index falls with shares in airlines lower, but mining companies are higher after well-received results from Antofagasta.
The Bank of England successfully buys government bonds as part of its 60bn buy-back programme, a week after failing to find enough sellers auction
The world's biggest offshore wind farm has been given the go-ahead by the government.
Vehicles will soon be able to communicate with traffic lights and tell drivers when they are about to change, Audi says.
Regulated rail fares in England and Wales and regulated peak-time fares in Scotland will rise by 1.9% next year.
Optician group Specsavers has its plan to trademark the use of "should've" approved by the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Rising fuel prices helped to push the UK's inflation rate up to 0.6% last month, official figures show.
House prices across the UK rose by 8.7% in the year to June, according to official figures, a faster rate than in May.
The multi-millionaire founder of the Bebo social networking site says he pumped money into a North Devon village after seeing its "sad state".