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.
David Cameron prepares to step down as British Prime Minister after six years in charge; "I am NOT pregnant. But I am fed up"- a blog by Jennifer Aniston; Scientist in China in trouble for naming a newly discovered beetle in honour of the country's president.
President Obama spoke at a memorial service in Dallas for five killed police officers / Bernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton / 20 killed in train crash in southern Italy
International tribunal rejects Beijing's historic claim to much of the South China Sea; Partner of the man shot by police in Minnesota talks about her loss; How a little-known boycott fifty years ago - changed world cup football forever.
Theresa May promises to make a success of Britain leaving the EU / More than 500 extra US troops for Iraqi operations against IS / Tools used by Brazilian monkeys centuries ago
Britain now knows its next Prime Minister - after the last challenger dropped out ; More deadly clashes in South Sudan between supporters of the President and his deputy ; Thousands welcome home the victorious Portuguese football team
Is South Sudan plunging back into civil war? An unprecedented shopping spree for Venezuelans; Important constitutional changes likely in Japan.