The election was supposed to be the moment it turned a corner leaving fear behind.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga declares himself the ‘People’s President’ in Kenya.
Correspondents' despatches: the wealthy principality of Liechtenstein is forced to up...
Portuguese people are leaving the country in their thousands, travelling to the former...
An 'emulsional' election campaign comes to a close in Peru
Cracks appear in the stability so vital to those charged with keeping order in Algeria
Rohingya refugees are being invited to return home, but is their safety guaranteed?
Reporters' despatches from far and wide: a vegetarian of 37 years' standing, Nick is a...
Kenyan widows fighting sexual cleansing and talking to war criminals in the Balkans.
The kissing's had to stop in west Africa - a despatch from Mark Doyle about the Ebola...
The jihadist group offering men and women a taste of power and an escape from poverty
Benjamin Netanyahu has been asked to form a new government - can he make it work?
Interviewing an IS bride - and considering her chances of return to the UK
Justice can be elusive for the young domestic servants abused and mistreated in Pakistan.
Back in the days of the Vietnam War the airwaves were full of protest songs...
Turkey today and a month ago; Canada's First Nations; Senegal; and France.
Thrown off balance on a visit to North Korea
What hope is there amidst rising violence in Mexico and Afghanistan's 'forever war'?
Life in cash-strapped Venezuela and a return to war-ravaged Damascus.
Despatches from migration's front lines + other stories
Parts of India are facing acute water shortages and the consequences can be deadly.
We join the German football fans watching the world cup in the middle of a forest.
When football takes over from Lebanon's other national obsession: politics.
Attacked by online trolls for reporting on the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.
Reporters worldwide - today: Ruth Sherlock on how the Free Syrian Army's losing as to...
Young Afghan voters' choices; Serbian guns, Indonesia's rich, a Catalan raid&a Czech swim
Children who are able to survive the ongoing civil war have to grow up fast in Yemen.
Despatches from the frontline - from conflict and post-conflict
A president in exile? The Brussels' press pack is in pursuit of Carles Puigdemont.
Correspondents worldwide: Owen Bennett-Jones attends a Christian church service in is...