BBC World Service
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The moment a little boy with Ebola vomited on me
Matt McGrath visited the suburb of Nuevo Pachacutec to see the effect a lack of water was having on the community.
A selection of breathtaking images taken in 2014
A series based on the detective novels written by JK Rowling under the name Robert Galbraith is to be made for TV, the BBC announces.
Scientists have created a chemical that can be added to food to make people feel fuller.
Jihadist hymns have become an integral part of jihadist culture and media, and they are used as a recruitment tool by extremist organisations.
Kabul's former police chief, Zahir Zahir talks about the suicide bomb in early November which he narrowly avoided.
Britain's Jenson Button is to partner Spain's Fernando Alonso at McLaren for the 2015 Formula One season, BBC Sport learns.
Prime Minister David Cameron says he is determined to do everything he can to secure agreement in cross-party talks in Northern Ireland.
Tracking a month of jihadist attacks
Protests take place in the Nicaraguan capital, Managua, against plans for a canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini believes his depleted side deserve more credit for their Champions League qualification.
A Palestinian minister has died after a confrontation with Israeli troops at a protest in the West Bank.
Goals from Messi, Neymar and Suarez cancel out Ibrahimovic's opener as Barcelona beat PSG to secure top spot in Group F.
The new Afghan president adds his voice to widespread condemnation of past CIA interrogation techniques, following a damning US report.
The price of oil falls below $65 per barrel after two separate reports indicate a global supply glut.
Manchester City qualify for the Champions League last 16 for a second successive season with a win at Roma.
Where original singers struggle to find a hold in the music industry
Chelsea win their fourth Champions League group match and deny Sporting Lisbon qualification for the last 16.
Palestinian minister Ziad Abu Ein dies after a confrontation with Israeli troops at a West Bank protest, amid conflicting reports about the cause.