Amidst the violence, there are signs of a small but growing peace movement in Afghanistan
Dessert shops, restoring a speed icon, a tulip festival, libraries and a turn- round town.
Chechnya's bucolic beauty, touching hospitality and jihadi brides now lost in Iraq.
Correspondents around the world examine the stories behind the news headlines.
Hungary's election, US opioids, China and Africa, going viral in Jakarta and Zambia fires
Kim Jong Un’s train rolls into to Beijing as the North Korean leader meets President Xi
The US Air Force has a third of its drones stationed at Kandahar airbase in Afghanistan.
How was Boko Haram able to kidnap more than one hundred school girls in Dapchi, Nigeria?
Living in border country, sports cheats, Cornwall's saint, rural banks, kitchen worktops.
Is this going to be the moment when China's trajectory changed forever?
Former Farc rebels stand for election, but for many Colombians, it’s too soon to forgive.
For the first time since the Vietnam War a US aircraft carrier has arrived in the country
From Lebanon, Syrian refugees watch the destruction of their homes in Eastern Ghouta.
India’s missing children, Colombia's drug trade & searching for paradise in Costa Rica
How the father of one of his presidential rivals helped Vladimir Putin to power.
A Gambian spymaster, a Czechoslovak secret agent and a South African ghost called Sam.
Many Haitians see Oxfam’s actions as the latest part of a much bigger problem.
BBC correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
With reflections on Jacob Zuma and Martin Schulz, gangs in the US and Hungarian censors.