L’Oréal’s Makeup Genius: how it works

War in Gaza

Dozens of Palestinian bodies recovered from rubble in the Gaza Strip during ceasefire

Louis Kahn’s National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh
©Raymond Meier

‘Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture’, Design Museum, London

Bergische Bauernscheune, Junkersholz/Leichlingen, September 29th, 2009. 2010. Pigmented inkjet print paper
©David Zwirner, New York/London; Galerie Gisel

‘Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness’, MoMA

The American artist’s hyperrealistic photographs are often designed to mimic advertisements

Ebola spreads

Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea struggle to contain the rapidly spreading outbreak

Fast food scare in China

McDonald’s and KFC hit by safety scandal

Cutlery in Graft tableware series, by Qiyun Deng

Ones to watch: young designers on the rise

Eight of the best recent graduates and their work

Sayed Khalid, a co-founder of Kardan University, on its roof in Kabul

An optimistic generation of Afghan entrepreneurs

Despite political instability and setbacks, some young people in Afghanistan’s business industries are still betting on the country’s future

Trouble at StanChart

Chief and chairman among those under pressure

Clarke’s time at Tesco

Chief’s exit marks ignominious at retailer

The final voyage of the Costa Concordia

Journey to Genoa will take four days

Joko Widodo’s presidential victory

Indonesia’s president-elect celebrates his electoral success

How Cath Kidston sold chintz to China

British designer has more shops in Asia than in the UK

Red tourism: Let a million Chinese bloom

China’s newly affluent visit sites that deify Mao

Ukraine’s rebel chiefs

MH17 recovery

A total of 298 people were on board MH17. Many were placed in refrigerated train wagons at the town of Torez on Monday, close to the crash site.

Change at Tesco

Clarke leaves as chief executive amid disappointing sales

The aftermath of MH17 crash

International pressure grows on Ukraine rebels

Visual comment of the week

Ingram Pinn’s take on one of the main events of the week

Bridges at the Museum of London Docklands

The exhibition on the city’s famous crossings runs from June 27 to November 2 2014

Visions of a revolutionary: Malevich at Tate Modern

The gallery’s new show on the influential painter follows the birth of suprematism

MH17 air disaster

Investigators head to crash site of MH17

The troubled waters of the Mekong River

In the mounting global battle over water, the mighty Mekong is the new front line

Gillian Wearing

A quietly subversive or unexpected take on ‘ordinary’ subjects has characterised Gillian Wearing’s work for nearly two decades. The artist’s latest project – a statue of a family – is no exception

Louis van Gaal – a life on the pitch

The Dutchman’s sterling football career in pictures

Malaysia Airlines flight crashes in Ukraine

Airliner believed to have been shot down in a missile attack

Desperate journey

Stirling Prize 2014: the shortlist

The buildings are the most recognisable in the prize’s 19-year history

What Murdoch would be getting

21st Century Fox eyes Time Warner’s biggest properties