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.
Nelson Mandela is laid to rest in his childhood village of Qunu / 'Thank you USA' Ukraine anti government protestors get a boost from the United States / Gaza floods / The man behind two projects on The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein.
The first unmanned spacecraft for four decades lands on the moon / Crowds line the roads as Nelson Mandela's body is transported to his childhood home. We look at inequalilties that remain in South Africa / Sandy Hook anniversary / Syrians flee to Gaza.
Protests after execution of Bangladeshi Islamist / Sandy Hook - 1 year after massacre / Turkey's "rocking imam" blends faith with music.
Jang Song-Thaek a "traitor", says state media / New UN proof of chemical weapons use in Syria / Could Jupiter moon support life? / Hobbit director on new film, Dr Who and rugby
Tension between Sweden's Roma minority and police / Kenya celebrates 50 years of independence / School that produced many of Jamaica's top musicians.
European Union 'must stop paying Gaza officials' / Pope Francis named Time Magazine's Person of the Year.