Andrew North hears of Afghans' anxiety about 2014; John Donnison meets Arafat's lookalike
BBC World Service
Syrian society: how does it work? Who's in charge, and where do loyalties lie?
Dispatches from Jill McGivering and Stephen Evans, presented by Pascale Harter.
Pascale Harter has the week's stories from India, Austria, Cuba, Spain and the Philippines
Stories from the Philippines and Cuba, presented by Pascale Harter.
Pascale Harter presents stories from Turkey and Mozambique.
Stories from correspondents in India and Austria. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Stories from Catalonia in north-east Spain, and from India. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Berlin's changing relationship with the EU; Kampala's controlled independence celebrations
Stories about the war on drugs, urban renewal and ... cats. Presented by Pasale Harter.
Lasting scars of the Mau Mau insurgency in Nairobi; changing drug policies in Maastricht.
A mule ride to a former FARC stronghold in Cauca - and a cat fight over bins in Jerusalem
Andrew Harding gauges Harare's uneasy calm; Laura Trevelyan is made over as a TV anchor.
Why one Aleppo doctor joined the rebels; the gruesome hunt for the body of a drug lord.
How do police respond to child abductions in Delhi? Plus, Luanda's lavish new promenade.
Pascale Harter presents insights from around the world: from Sri Lanka to Algeria.
Gabriel Gatehouse on Kenya's high-tech future; Chloe Arnold on Algeria's contradictions.
Angus Foster on China's hard class trains; Mattia Cabitza on Peru's cat lovers and haters.
Damien McGuinness - who is Ivanishvili really? Hugh Schofield, the French in a gloomy funk
Quentin Sommerville on a fraying alliance; David Willey on law & order in the Holy See