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.
Trump 'very much behind' Egypt's al-Sisi, South Africa's credit rating cut to junk, The world's worst crying babies
Ten people reported killed and dozens injured by explosion between Metro stations, Trump says US will 'solve' North Korea on its own, new cricket league tries to bring peace to Pakistan's tribal areas, how the 'Sign Vigilante' wages war on incorrect pronunciation
Serbian voters elect new president, Arrests in Moscow opposition rally, Oxford triumph in men's Boat race
At least 154 people have been killed; Venezuelan Supreme Court reverses decision to strip congress of legislative powers; Scandinavian papers refuse to participate in April Fool's day over concerns of 'fake news'
US tells NATO members to pay up, Austria to take legal action over German motorway toll, Project to save some of UK's rarest fauna and flora
Israel approves new West Bank settlement, On board the USS George H W Bush, China begins ivory trade ban