The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
German police launched a huge manhunt in Munich following a deadly shooting at a mall
Lessons in living, language and laughter from the journalists of BBC Arabic (R)
Backlash in Turkey, South Africa's HIV outlook, land rights in Australia and Argentina
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
Cricketers Shaun Tait, Jonathan Trott and Graeme Fowler on depression and burnout.
Owen Bennett Jones is in Istanbul in the aftermath of the failed coup attempt in Turkey (R)
Turkey used people-power to foil the coup - then the president went after his opponents.
A mother tells her son why she’s choosing not to vote this year
Lockdown in Munich ends as Iranian-German gunman who killed nine is found dead
No clear motive of Iranian-German gunman who killed nine in Munich shooting spree
Munich fatal shootings are third major attack against civilians in Europe in eight days
We enter an arena usually hidden from public view - the kitchens that feed world leaders.
America's government health insurance programme, plus Chinua Achebe and Bruce Lee.
Chris Mosier, first transman to make a men's US National Team on changing Olympic policy
Turkey used people-power to foil the coup - then the president went after his opponents. (R)
Cultural Inclusion and Exclusion- institutional, virtual and symbolic.
Demonstration by the Hazara minority targeted; Aftermath of Munich attack; Ancient toilet
Huw Stephens is at the world renowned Glastonbury Festival in England, chatting to some of the artists debuting there this year.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
The world's Newsroom brings you global events as they happen
A mother tells her son why she’s choosing not to vote this year (R)
Jamaican-born author Marlon James on his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings (R)
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Giving voice to dissent via social media after Turkey's attempted coup (R)
Cultural Inclusion and Exclusion- institutional, virtual and symbolic. (R)
How FaceTime and Periscope helped alter the course of the Turkish coup.
A listener airs his concerns around an opportunity he believes was missed by BBC Trending
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Shakespeare's plays appeal to Brazilians for their mix of sex, politics and intrigue (R)
We enter an arena usually hidden from public view - the kitchens that feed world leaders. (R)
Space ballistics explain one of the Moon’s huge craters
Children's nannies from Brazil and Australia discuss the highs and lows of the profession (R)
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
The book, the raft and the crying boys that changed lives forever.
America's government health insurance programme, plus Chinua Achebe and Bruce Lee. (R)
Have efforts to make business more competitive gone too far in restricting worker rights?
4/4 Esther Ibanga and Khadija Hawaja are promoting dialogue between Muslims and Christians
The Sierra Leonean children expressing their views via an Ebola lifeline radio project
Britain’s PM says “Brexit means Brexit”. But some have suggested it might never happen (R)
A review of the week with the latest news.