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How much have Saudi women's lives changed since they first voted a year ago?
BBC Russian's year-long investigation into fake news about the conflict in Ukraine.
BBC Africa's Umaru Fofana takes us behind the scenes in Gambia's historic elections
The rise and fall of the late president's daughter.
Maidens and suitors, devils and angels: who's saying what in the Ghanaian election
Kenya's vast Dadaab camp has a six month reprieve, but what awaits returnees in Somalia?
After his comments on women, Muslims and Latinos, the world digests the Trump victory
The impact of recent changes to the religious police on Saudi Arabian society.
Picnics and sesame oil - memories of the Iraqi town at the heart of the fight for Mosul
Election insights from Miami, where more than half the population are Hispanic.
Three million Afghan refugees in Pakistan have been asked to leave by March next year
Exposing a humanitarian crisis in a nation trapped by war.
Aleppo's citizens, past and present, are going online to eulogise their city
Is an attack on heritage an attack on the soul of a nation?
Pellet guns, weddings and cartoons: life under curfew in Indian-administered Kashmir
Memories of life in Uzbekistan during the rule of former President Islam Karimov
Telling the stories of the disappeared in Nigeria, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
A rare look inside a country of Bedouins, Arabs and African tribes
An inside view of the fighting in Helmand Province from BBC Afghan's Auliya Atrafi
The price of peace in post-conflict Colombia.
Former revolutionary, poet, and called by some the Witch. Meet Rosario Murillo.
A look inside the complex relationship between Turkey's army and its people
Lessons in living, language and laughter from the journalists of BBC Arabic
A disputed territory and disputed names - a linguistic tour of the South China Sea.
Why are so many of Myanmar's ethnic groups in conflict with the government?
'There is a feeling there is just nowhere safe.'
Rare insights into life in Iran's impoverished Sistan Baluchistan province
The refugee children scavenging for a living on the toxic tips of Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.
What it means to close Dadaab, home to nearly 350,000 refugees