BBC World Service
The BBC World Service provides international news and analysis from around the globe in 28 languages. Their global network of correspondents provides impartial news and reports on location.
'Strongest evidence' of Zika effect, 'Longest living' transplant man dies, Pope despatches 'super confessors'
Climate change could increase flight times, why do the Japanese eat whale meat? Should Sweden join NATO? University scholarships for virgins.
Independent report contradicts Mexican government, North Korea restarts plutonium reactor, New Hampshire primary, tennis umpires banned for corruption, UAE appoints minister for happiness.
Trains collided ''without braking,' life in Aleppo, the villages without mosquitos, avalanche survivor, how to cure jet lag.
Syrian refugees mass at border with Turkey, International Criminal Court witness blunder, Chinese cities ban New Year fireworks.
In Syria thousands tortured and killed according to UN report, online abortion service for pregnant Zika sufferers, what's your dog's IQ?