Stories from 10 January 2016
Almost every day, Russians die in police custody, often under mysterious circumstances. An online project called "Russian Ebola" is recording each death to raise awareness of the human rights issue.
A black lung patient prepared a coffin for himself after ten years of languishing with the disease before receiving a lung transplant watched online by millions.
"Wefarm is a Wikipedia for farmers, or as its founder describes it, 'Internet for people without Internet.'"
Can Pakistan's regions and political parties come to a consensus over who should benefit most from the mega-project? That seems unlikely for the moment.
An overview of lead candidates ahead of the elections in April in Benin.
After a break for 2015 Macedonian Twitter users have recommenced the tradition of making a nude calendar for charity.
President Yahya Jammeh said his country will be an Islamic state last year. What changes will 2016 bring?
"President Enrique Pena Nieto saying "missing accomplished" is about as credible as when George Bush said it about Iraq. Same silly line."