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.
Shinzo Abe visits the official memorial seventy-five years after Japan's attack; Turkey asks for help from US-led alliance in northern Syria; cheetah numbers in the wild in rapid decline
Global praise for British singer-songwriter whose career spanned nearly four decades, Russia mourns victims of Black Sea plane crash, UN's Special Envoy reflects on another year of carnage in Syria, how a US convict became a renowned photographer
Benjamin Netanyahu orders UN re-evaluation -- a day after UN condemned Israel's policy of building settlements on occupied Palestinian land; Berlin terror investigation spreads to Tunisia; The women who survived the biggest fall without a parachute forty years ago dies - we hear her story
US refuses to veto UN resolution on Israeli settlements, Does Europe have to rethink Schengen visa free arrangements? Nigerian authorities confusion over the sale of rice.
Libya Malta hijack, Putin says Russia can beat 'any aggressor', Santa school
Trump says US must expand nuclear strength, NBA Africa academy to open in Senegal, Lebanon protests after man picked as first women's affairs minister