The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
Shares in Deutsche Bank have another rollercoaster day after a turbulent week.
Aleppo's citizens, past and present, are going online to eulogise their city (R)
Venezuelan kidnap gangs, Tibet's yak herders, Egypt's waste recycling and French maths
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
Wicketkeepers share tips and tales, cricket combats dementia, and Suresh Raina interview
Why can't a third party candidate become US president? (R)
The government and FARC rebels signed an end to years of war. Now the real work starts.
Who would you want as your platoon sergeant, Clinton or Trump?
Governor signs rape law; US and Russia swap Syria accusations; Hungarian referendum
Philosopher criticises poll; view of first-time voter; lessons from the 1956 uprising
The art of satirising Hungarian politics; the government's response; Ivan Fischer's view
Can a team of UK chefs win gold in the ultimate test of Chinese cuisine?
A nuclear disaster, America's worst prison riot, World War Two internment and apartheid
With the world bionic games are only a week away we look ahead to Cybathalon 2016
The government and FARC rebels signed an end to years of war. Now the real work starts. (R)
Visiting a landmark museum, using art to explore the past, what makes a 'good' immigrant?
Largest hospital in east Aleppo struck; Refugees in Hungary; Microplastics in the ocean
How the lost stars of Mauritius' Sega music are winning fans - on and off the island
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld Team
Hull City v Chelsea from the KCOM Stadium
The day's top stories from the Premier League and beyond
The world's Newsroom brings you global events as they happen
Who would you want as your platoon sergeant, Clinton or Trump? (R)
Journalists debate whether news organisations need to rethink the reporting of terrorism
Visiting a landmark museum, using art to explore the past, what makes a 'good' immigrant? (R)
Controversy has erupted over a rap song that suggests burglars target Chinese homes
Peter Day, the voice of business on the BBC World Service, is retiring after 42 years
Syria clashes continue; Making peace with FARC; Kashmir conflict hits Bollywood
Twenty-one years after apartheid people are still in jail for fighting to end it (R)
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Can a team of UK chefs win gold in the ultimate test of Chinese cuisine? (R)
The Rosetta probe sends its final pictures after a crash landing
Award-winning female jazz musicians from Chile and South Africa chat (R)
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Extraordinary stories that ask, 'Who's the daddy?'
A nuclear disaster, America's worst prison riot, World War Two internment and apartheid (R)
Ruth Alexander applies to become a virtual citizen of Estonia
How do Sunni-Shia couples in Britain handle increasing sectarian polarisation?
Anne Enright discusses her Man Booker Prize winning novel The Gathering.
Islamic State is on the run in Syria and Iraq. (R)
A review of the week with the latest news.