The funeral of General Adolphe Nshimirimana, assassinated in August 2015.
Some of Burundi's highest-ranking officials have been assassinated – but ordinary Burundians are still being terrorised too.
Taking the mic. Varoufakis.
Greece's 'accidental economist' speaks to the UK's leading minds on Syriza, the troika, and whether he’s just a little over-exposed.
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We're only just beginning to understand the effects of cognitive enhancers on healthy brains.
China's slowdown will cast a long shadow for global economic growth from the Americas to Australia.
Is this what I studied neuroscience for?
As debates rage on whether graduates are 'over-educated', researchers have looked at what's actually happening to their jobs.
British foreign secretary Anthony Eden having a confidential chat with Soviet ambassador Ivan Maisky.
The Scheffer-Voskressenski family.
Ivan Maisky was Russia's ambassador to the Court of St James from 1932 to 1943. By charming his way into Britain's inner circles he arguably passed on more secrets than the infamous Cambridge Five.
People in the Ruaha landscape lose their livestock as a result of predator attacks.
Human and wildlife conflict in Tanzania's Ruaha region is extremely tense. There are many projects underway to alleviate this tension.
The big day finally arrives.
Lauren Hurley / PA Wire
The government has renewed calls to nationalise exam boards over fears of slipping standards.
Shed some light on the problem.
Satellites, microwaves, radio towers - how many more options must be tried before the government just shells out for fibre to the home?
The owner of this skull had a nasty run in with an axe.
These massacres entail killing on a relative scale seen today only in the most war-torn countries.
Artist’s conception of the young exoplanet 51 Eridani b.
Danielle Futselaar & Franck Marchis, SETI Institute
Studying the young, Jupiter-sized planet 51 Eridani b opens a window into our solar system's past.
Virgin territory. Sunrise over the Arctic resources battleground.
NOAA Photo Library
The economic viability of extracting oil from the frozen north might be doubtful, but the geopolitical significance could be massive.
Metropolis: imagining the cities of the future.
A new form of research is needed to bring us the cities of the future.
The president’s plan attacks coal power – but won’t fix climate change.
Jim Lo Scalzo / EPA
After all the jubilation about the president's plan, it's time for a reality check.
Will they stay or will they go home?
As the government looks to further tighten visa rules for non-EU students, how many are choosing to remain after their courses finish?
Fishing for the truth?
The BBC is under fire for unbalanced representation of the UK's national weather service.
Despite disruptive innovation and significant investment in public transport, our old ways of travelling look here to stay.
An Oxford professor spent more than 20 years watching chimpanzees cleverly adapt to their changing environment.
Mexico City Uber protests on July 29.
Some theorists suggest that such platforms are making our world more efficient by natural selection. The reality is a little more complicated.
Victoria Island waterfront in Lagos. President Buhari needs to emulate China and South Korea by urgently investing in science and technology to take Nigeria’s economy to the next level.
Investing in science, technology and innovation can help give Nigeria a positive lift in many sectors of the economy.