Why jogging's subversive in Bujumbura - and how 'thyan chat' poetry speaks truth to power
Thoughts on Syria, Iraq and ISIS; how Manas airbase changed Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan
Guns for prizes at a US campaign for county sheriff; eating in a North Korean restaurant
From rogue militias to rampant fungus or nasty neighbours - the things that infuriate us
Voters go to the polls in Afghanistan; The Roma people at a North of England horse fair
World Football's Fifa under scrutiny and much needed reform of Mexico's education system
National glory rising in Russia, and the medieval warriors fighting in southern Spain
The battle to bring peace to Libya, and people who want the Ukraine like the old USSR
Political life in Thailand's rural north-east stifled; who is killing Kenya's elephants?
With stories from Niger, Nigeria, China, Kashmir and southern France
Teachers and pupils brave threats go to school in Kano; Syrian-Armenians retrace the past
People vs power: the struggles in the Agadez Governor's office and La Puya's protest camp
Visitors rise, violence ebbs in Srinagar; the French town that's a Roma pilgrimage site
Will Sisi's election turn out to have been a real milestone? Plus, gay rights in Georgia
The spirit of Tiananmen, 25 years on; the myths of Odessa.
A panorama of Brazilian stories - from the Snake Man of Bahia to the Awa of the Amazon
Breaking the cycle of the Neapolitan camorra; neighbourliness in a Paris apartment block
Ethnic tensions in Brazil, ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan.
Egypt's history of political protest; bringing back Nigeria's missing schoolgirls
Disrespect and disillusion roil Brazil; the fungus ravaging Central America's coffee crop
How one (very) vintage Republican charms Texans; Eurosceptic leanings on Arranmore Island
Stories about votes and voters from BBC correspondents around the world
Awa tribal land reclaimed in Brazil's Amazon rainforest and a ski shop, in the Sahara
How complacency cost Congress votes; the alliance using a potlatch to fight a pipeline
Coming to terms with Sri Lanka's past; lessons from Scotland's colonial misadventure.
Europe prepares for elections, and the British architect with a vision for a French port
A coastal tourist industry in decline; a national postal service cuts back deliveries
Exploring the very different ways sex shapes people's lives around the world
A World War I relic on a Balkan farm; a touch of England in a Buenos Aires sporting club
Quirks of the maple syrup industry in Quebec; an awkward guest at a 'feminist' porn shoot