The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
Brazil's senate begins the impeachment trial of suspended president Dilma Rousseff.
Takashi Niigaki secretly composed some of Japan's most successful symphonies (R)
Is British politics returning to the ideological clashes of the 1980s?
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
An Earth-sized exoplanet has been discovered to be orbiting our nearest star, Proxima (R)
New Syrian peace effort, Italian earthquake, Arctic Convoy commemorations
Italian earthquake, Syrian peace talks, Virtual babies in Australia
Sandhu's journey to become the first Indian player in the top division of a Euro league.
Civilians evacuated from Daraya, Mogadishu attack, Rapping teacher
Central Italy rocked by aftershocks, Syrian failures, Philippines' UN joke
French court to rule on burkini ban, New Syrian peace talks, Bolivian Government killing
From hotheads to curmudgeons, is anger bad for business or can we put it to good use?
How a Latin music supergroup helped spread salsa music from New York to the world.
Why does protecting culture and heritage matter?
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