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.
President vows to take the case to the Supreme Court, Brazil pension reform protests, diamond hunting in Sierra Leone, physiotherapy without the physiotherapist
Governing liberal party leader Mark Rutte on course for victory in Dutch elections, Somali pirate on board hijacked ship speaks to BBC, Four people charged in US over 2014 Yahoo cyber attack, Unfinished Orson Welles film to be released by Netflix
Dutch voters take part in the first of three crucial Eurozone elections this year, helping Syrian refugee children will be "a 5 to 10 year challenge" says head of global aid-agency, the boss of world cricket's governing-body resigns for 'personal reasons', Malaysian censors object to 'gay moment' in new Disney film
White House condemns publication of the 2005 documents as illegal, Ikea drivers living in trucks 'for months', key Dutch election vote, how much do spiders eat?
Dutch voters head to the polls after televised debate, French candidate Francois Fillon placed under investigation, and doctors in Kenya end 100-day strike.
Schools closed and flights cancelled due to heavy snow across several states, Europe's top court rules that ban on hijabs in workplace 'can be legal', dementia researchers more optimistic about possible cure, why the world's oldest golfing club has voted to allow women members