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.
A police man was shot dead and two others wounded in the Champs Elysees. The French President says that the attack was terrorist in nature; illegal sperm trade in East Asia; experiments with naked mole-rats yield interesting results.
Pakistan PM survives Panama papers ruling, Australia overhauls citizenship process, Piano gold coin hoard declared treasure
Mass anti-government protests in Venezuela; British parliament votes for early elections; Fox News presenter Bill O'Reilly loses his job
BJP leaders to be tried in mosque row, US 'armada' was not sailing to North Korea, Near-earth asteroid 2014 J025
Voters react to British government's decision to press for early general election, Report from Mosul where Iraqi government troops are battling Islamic State militants, Archaeologists in Egypt say they've uncovered a hoard of priceless artefacts
Theresa May says election will help bring strong leadership, giant shipworm found, flying car prepares for launch, Australia to tighten rules on work visas