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
A night out with the Colombian Army in Puerto Leguizamo; aid, ads and AIDS in Addis Ababa
At gunpoint at a Sloviansk checkpoint; remembering forced marriage under the Khmer Rouge
Brutal violence in Bentiu; is South Africa a colour-blind society?
Stories of effort and daring from Palestine, Mauritania, Brazil, India and France
Caring for premature babies in Bangladesh; Indonesia responds to child abuse
A book stall in Baghdad; paradise on Palm Island?
A new accord between Hamas and Fatah; statues, tarts and forgiveness in East Timor
Our correspondent rides along with the fishermen of Mauritania
Surprises from a Brazilian neighbourhood of squatters and children in a Burmese village
Adjusting to new realities - from Qatari family life to South Africa's mining industry
Facing danger in eastern Ukraine, and a sex abuse cover-up in New York.
Stories on race and housing in booming Singapore – and the mail boats of the Bahamas.
Has the Arab Spring affected Algeria? Plus a dispatch on Latinos in America.
Difficult choices in Syria and the success of a piano in Toulouse train station
Barbed satire about slum 'pacification' in Rio; Euro-scepticism on the rise in Marseille
Tales about writers, storytellers and poets - and stories that are too good to be true
Sprucing up family vaults in Monrovia; the great names of Rome's Non-Catholic cemetery
Rebel fighters grow weary around Latakia; classical concert-goers thrill in Berdsk
Encounters with hardline "pro-Russians" in Slaviansk and the con artists of Montmartre
The riddles of modern China, and invented traditions in India
Are we in the last days of South Africa's mining industry?