The effects of Bangladesh's deadly factory collapse begin to come into focus - as angry workers find their voice, and international retailers take responsibility. In China, many internet-users are outraged the grand-daughter of austere Communist party founder Mao Zedong has just landed herself on the country's rich list.
He has already been awarded the President's Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama, but France seems to be doubting whether Bob Dylan deserves the Legion of Honour. Also, a French anti-racism group sues a national bank, seeking the return of money Haiti paid for the abolition of slavery in 1825. Finally, Mao Zedong's wealthy granddaughter, plus historical figures reimagined for today.
Nepal's parliament has elected a senior leader of the former Maoist rebellion as prime minister after weeks of fruitless attempts by lawmakers to come to an agreement over the formation of a national unity government.
Five years ago, a decade of bitter and deadly conflict in Nepal ended with a ceasefire. The UN peace-keeping mission that followed is now over. In an effort to maintain peace, Maoist rebels are joining forces with the regular army. The former enemies will wear the same uniform. But have they really given up their convictions - or the armed struggle?
The death toll of a Calcutta-Mumbai high-speed train wreck blamed on Maoist saboteurs has now reached 110, and could climb further to exceed 150 as Indian emergency teams continue to comb through the wreckage for victims.
More than 60 people were killed and over 120 injured when an express train full of sleeping passengers derailed in India on Friday and crashed into a goods train, in an attack officials believe was carried out by Maoist rebels.
In this edition: history repeats itself in Kyrgyzstan - mass protests take place as the people try to overthrow the president; from cricket star to politician - France 24 meets Pakistan's Imran Khan; and dozens of Indian soldiers die in an ambush by Maoists - we take a look at the history of a rebellion which began back in the 1960s.