The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
In our final programme live from Kolkata, we’re talking about the issue of land reform.
Diana Kim recorded her father's battle with mental illness on the streets of Hawaii (R)
What can governments like Macedonia's do to resolve the current migrants crisis?
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
The President of Sporting Lisbon gives a passionate plea for the use of video technology.
Iraq's future, Hungary migrants, China's gays
Migrants in Hungary, Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram, new Ebola quarantine
Global study estimates there are three trillion trees on Earth (R)
Nigeria's Boko Haram "degraded", Migrants stranded in Hungary, Iraq's Christian soldiers
Sierra Leone Ebola fears, Turkey on migrants, Guatemala's 'Arab Spring'
Is migration good for an economy? And India's Maggi food scare continues to hurt Nestle.
In February 1964 British pop group The Beatles were met by hysterical crowds in the USA.
Is there a way out of the humanitarian and political crisis facing the country? (R)
A growing Christian militia to combat so-called IS is forming on the Nineveh plain
The bodies of Alan Kurdi, his elder brother and mother are buried in Kobane, Syria.
How a huge increase in the price of red chillies is hurting Indonesians
What can governments like Macedonia's do to resolve the current migrants crisis? (R)
A Syrian mother's anguished choice; Iraq's Christians; Cleaning up the Swiss Alps
Should migrants and refugees be allowed to choose where they settle?
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
After losing to Iceland, Holland's hopes of qualification for Euro16 hang in the balance
Rory and guests chat about the IFA gadget fair in Berlin and the phenomemon of unboxing. (R)
The President of Sporting Lisbon gives a passionate plea for the use of video technology. (R)
US President and Saudi King meet, Nigeria's leader Muhammadu Buhari reveals assets
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
UK refugee 'about-turn', Kentucky gay marriage latest, Styles corrects fan grammar
Where do Human Rights come from and how are they used?
Would life be better if we served the last person to join a queue not the first.
How a huge increase in the price of red chillies is hurting Indonesians (R)
Migrants in Hungary set off on foot for the border; Buhari's assets; Lampreys are back
Saudi king meets Obama, Kentucky gay marriage licences issued, Styles and grammar
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Saudi king and Obama debate Iran, IS destroys Palmyra tombs, Harry Styles grammar lesson
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Where do Human Rights come from and how are they used? (R)
Would life be better if we served the last person to join a queue not the first. (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
Music from the band Foals, Ella Eyre, Weekend, Halsey and heavy metal legends Motorhead (R)
Pictures of the dead body of 3-year-old Alan Kurdi shocked the publlic - and politicians.
Exploring the religious fallout from the earthquake in Nepal (R)
Young British women students dating rich older men via websites. Who's exploiting who? (R)
A border wall to keep migrants out - “a 14th Century solution to a 21st Century problem”
A review of the week with the latest news.