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.
FIFA head says racism behind Qatar World Cup corruption allegations/A conference on sexual violence in conflict gets underway in London; we hear from the ground in DR Congo/And the New York Times' new Sin and Vice reporter speaks
Japan signals resumption of whaling / Russia journalist's killers get life / Donald Duck at 80.
At least 17 dead as gunman storm Karachi airport / Pope urges Israelis and Palestinians to end spiral of violence / Sao Paolo metro strike continues as Brazil World Cup approaches
Supporters of President Sisi expect him to be the 'Saviour of the Nation' - we also hear about the importance of the military / Death threats for the family of Bowe Bergdahl / Reward offered by families of the missing Malaysian airline
/ Bad Movie Science.
Petro Poroshenko pledges EU future for his country / On the trail of the Taliban Five / Runaway D-Day veteran returns home / CIA takes to social media
Afghan candidate survives bombing / Man arrested over Canada shootings / Traces of another world found on the Moon.