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.
Dark web drug sites shut down; women fighting IS in Raqqa; Estonia gets slightly taller
Berlin imposes measures against Ankara in a row over arrests of human rights activists. The foreign minister, Sigmar Gabriel, is revising Germany's travel advice to warn citizens of the risks of going to Turkey. He also said it was inadvisable for German firms to invest in a country where there was no rule of law. Also: new evidence that Aboriginal people went to Australia much earlier than was believed, and the nine lifestyle factors that could affect your risk of developing dementia.
US scientists put amount of plastic made since 1950s at 8.3 billion tonnes; BBC report reveals gender pay divide; radical plan to save rhinos
More than forty people found guilty for trafficking Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims; head of French armed forces resigns after a budget row with President Macron; Arab states, in a dispute with Qatar over its alleged support for terrorism, have eased their demands
US President Donald Trump has said the new Republican healthcare policy should be to let Obamacare collapse. Systemic abuse at one of the world's most famous choir schools in Germany. Also, why is Netflix having such an impact on the world of broadcasting?
Spanish football chief arrested / N Korean TV star 'abducted' / most powerful telescope