Are people 'possesed' by daemons or is it a case of mental illness that's being ignored?
An American doctor on the frontlines of the Ebola crisis in West Africa
Hot, hard and heavy - it cuts steel and penetrates armour, yet China has a near monopoly.
In the Balance takes a closer look at economic sanctions.
Six young writers explore a great grandparent's involvement in World War One
Why are some women turning against feminism?
What impact will a planned £50m cut to BBC News have on BBC World Service?
British and Afghan women share their stories of being widowed by the same war
Why do we go on long walks? Mike Williams finds out
Listen live (BBC World Service homepage)
How men are getting way with murder and violence against women in Papua New Guinea
The first intifada, plus the Jewish centre bombed in Argentina and Prince's Purple Rain
What’s the future of education in South Africa?