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.
Austria passes tough new asylum law, Obesity 'explosion' in Chinese rural children, Campaign to save ancient trees from 'Macbeth woods'
South Sudan children send a message to leaders, Venezuela imposes two-day week, does time speed up with age?
Eleven bodies found at Cape Verde base, Syrian town in 'extremely dire' state, Big Ben to fall silent for repair work
Ukrainians mark thirtieth anniversary of Chernobyl: the world's worst nuclear disaster, A long-awaited inquest concludes that ninety-six Liverpool football fans were unlawfully killed, Why a new law in North Carolina about which toilet you can use, has led to protests and boycotts.
Bangladesh LGBT editor hacked to death, Saudis approve move away from oil, Bed bugs repulsed by certain colours
A year after a deadly earthquake in Nepal, millions wait for reconstruction to begin, Kurdish PKK militants threaten to escalate their fight against the Turkish government, How the pressure on Japanese girls to be thin has resulted in hundreds of thousands suffering eating disorders