Wanted leaders: When the Chase is Up
A fresh look at the week's global news from across the World Service's 27 language sections, with presenter David Amanor.
TERMINATOR TANGO: WHEN THE CHASE IS UP
Democratic Republic of Congo war crimes suspect Bosco 'Terminator Tango' Ntaganda has handed himself over to the US embassy in Rwanda capital Kigali. At some point, for every wanted leader, the chase will be up. From tennis in the Congo to Serbian masters of disguise, we've been gathering the tales of some of the worlds most wanted from around the language services. With BBC Swahili's Kassim Kiyra, Leonid Louneev from the Russian service, European Editor Dejan Radojevic, and BBC Pashto's Dawood Azami.
ONLINE GREATEST HITS
BBC Brasil's Thomas Pappon gives the lowdown on the big-hitting stories across the World Service language sites this week, including some damp late night drinkers, nannies around the clock and top tips to happiness.
MALI: ONE YEAR ON
One year ago a coup d'etat in the south of Mali prompted an uprising in the north. BBC Afrique's Leila Adjovi visited the country recently and sent through some thoughts from her diary.
TENSIONS IN BURMA
As fighting broke out in central Burma this week the head of the Burmese Service Tin Htar Swe talks to the programme about pulling their BBC reporter out because of threats to his safety.
THE LEGENDS OF NOWRUZ
It's Persian New Year, and BBC Azeri's Konul Khalilova has been celebrating Nowruz with colleagues across the Language Services and finding out the legends behind the traditions.
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