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?
Car horns, national anthems and calypso - a cacophony of stories from BBC correspondents
Fashion meets indigenous arts in the Amazon rainforest; separatism wanes in Quebec
Why many Germans are so ambivalent about Russia, and how Syrian refugees adjust to NYC
Hamas is now at odds with Egypt's government; and what does Viktor Orban want?
Meeting people who jump the fence into the EU; the MH370 affair and Malay-China relations
Why Kolkata wants to be more like London, and the dying art of storytelling in Marrakech.
Global stories of those who stand out from the crowd - for good reasons and bad
India: the contrast between rich and poor in Gujarat, and between old and new in Assam
The Central African Republic's farmers v cowboys conflict, and Qatar's first bus service.
The mystery of the never-deciphered Voynich Manuscript - who could have written it?
The town that depends on people crossing into the US; growing up gay in a dictatorship
Stories about the people, places and things left behind, from BBC correspondents.
Tension spikes in Kabul before the election; two men's private revolt against Ceausescu
How one man saved hundreds from the 1994 genocide; why atomic waste's buried in Champagne
Fighting corruption in Kiev; army and local tribes at odds in the Chittagong Hill Tracts
Gabriel Gatehouse, Jeremy Bowen, Audrey Brown and Shaimaa Khalil on freedom's path
A story from Trans-Dniester, and a visit to the famous independent bookshop City Lights