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.
Alexei Navalny is jailed for 15 days for resisting police orders during mass-protests, students killed in Japan avalanche, Singaporean couple jailed for starving their maid, will robots replace bricklayers on building-sites ?
Hundreds arrested at anti-government protests in Moscow, Hong Kong has its first woman leader, Former international player becomes the first Italian woman to manage male footballers at the national level.
The Pentagon has acknowledged that a US-led coalition hit an area in Mosul where many civilians were killed, Standoff in Bangladesh between security forces and Islamist militants, A Filipino fisherman survives 56 days adrift at sea
President Trump says he's surprised and disappointed after failing to secure Republican support in Congress for plans to replace Obamacare, on the second anniversary of the Germanwings air crash, the father of the pilot accused of deliberately flying into the Alps has cast doubt on the official finding, and why authorities in Beijing wants to stop couple's getting divorced.
Le Pen meets Putin, Police appeal over Westminster attacker, Could a robot do your job?
US president demands a make-or-break vote in Congress, special report from inside Palmyra, world first breakthrough to combat TB, art gallery app