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.
Adama Barrow calls his surprise election victory a new hope for the country / Angolan president dos Santos to stand down / Philip Larkin gets memorial stone in Westminster Abbey
Astonishment at the election result in The Gambia, Four global cities ban diesel cars, The science of dog sniffing
President Salva Kiir says claims of ethnic cleansing by UN are wrong; French President Francois Hollande won't contest election next year; Chocolate company says it can cut 40% of sugar from its confectionery
Ukraine tests missiles near Crimea, China imposes extra tax on 'super cars', Cheerleading at 84
An electrical fault and fuel shortage reported in final contact with traffic control, UN says Aleppo is at risk of becoming a 'giant graveyard' as Syrian government continues bombardments, Republican congressman backs Donald Trump's campaign proposal to cancel Iran nuclear deal, and how boredom leads an old man to seek work.
Shell-fire kills civilians in east Aleppo, India cinema must play national anthem, The man taking Stalin to court for the murder of his great grandfather