July 3, 2013: Not enough anti-malarial bed nets paid for by the UK are being used around the world, ministers have been warned.
A new BBC documentary follows up on the case of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the Taliban.
Reporter Nel Hedayat traveled to Pakistan to find out what has happened since Malala was shot.
Views on from racers, war correspondents and an amputee marathon competitor.
On this week’s special all-Boston edition of Boston Calling, you’ll hear highlights of our reporting after Monday’s bombing at the Marathon finish line.
Publicly accessible forums, that are used by fans of the al-Qaeda jihadist ideology, have been crowing about this, hoping desperately that it does turn out to be somebody doing it in their name.
People do become more vigilant. After the London bombings people were suspicious of people getting onto a subway train with a back pack.
BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner
The Venezuelan Supreme Court has decided to give ailing president Hugo Chavez as much time as he needs to recover and return to Caracas from Cuba. The BBC’s Sarah Grainger in Caracas said it’s not clear whether a new election will be scheduled in the near future.