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.
Fidel Castro - who led Cuba for nearly half a century - has died at ninety. Many world leaders have paid tribute, but Castro's critics have celebrated his death.
US Green Party requests presidential poll recount in Wisconsin; another Brazilian minister resigns over corruption accusations; firecrackers ban in Delhi
French terror suspects 'planned attack', More footballers in Britain tell of sexual abuse, Iceland - country or grocery shop?
Colombian government signs a new peace deal with FARC rebels / Truck bomb targeting Shia pilgrims kills scores in Iraq / Heroic but inaccurate World War II film opens in Russia
UN accuses Myanmar of ethnic cleansing, India's Manmohan Singh rubbishes Modi cash ban, Predatory bacteria 'wipe out superbugs'
Trump names two women for his administration, Nikki Haley as UN ambassador and Betsy DeVos as education secretary; Dutch politician Geert Wilders speaks at his hate speech trial; Lost city from thousands of years ago found in Egypt