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.
National Guard sent to Ferguson as protests escalate/WHO says Ebola countries should screen travellers/Refugee convoy hit in Ukraine
Iraq Mosul dam 'back in government hands' / Anti-semitic incidents rise in UK / Assange 'to leave embassy soon' / France and Scotland's 'auld alliance'
The Mosul dam appears to have been taken back from IS control by Kurdish fighters / Ebola patients flee centre in Liberia after looting / Ferguson second night of curfew / Israeli wedding ends in protests.
Why the Iraqi dam matters / Tensions rise in Missouri / Why learn Sanskrit? / Dogs detecting human cancer
Yasidi man speaks of his fears / Apartheid opponent comes home / Who listened to Hillary Clinton's phone call? / An unconventional hearse
Iraqi Yazidis seek sanctuary in Syria / Devout Christian singer comes out as lesbian / The West Indians who died building the Panama Canal / Should everyone have a summer holiday ?