We looked inside some of the tweets by @BBCWorld and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Tributes have been paid to ex-Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker Junior Agogo who has died aged 40.
Chemnitz trial: Syrian jailed over stabbing that sparked German far-right riots https://bbc.in/31XmZ3i
Democratic Governor Jay Inslee drops out of 2020 presidential race https://bbc.in/31Q6cim
"This dog saved my life"
The Comfort Dog Project in Uganda was set up to transform stray dogs into healing therapy animals for child soldiers and survivors of war
This is Filda's story ❤️ http://bbc.in/31Vpseh
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Execution set for US killer who preyed on gay men https://bbc.in/2ze5Ci7
"She found out I am Muslim and said: 'We won't do it for you'"
From difficulties in getting jobs to increasing online abuse, some Muslims in Myanmar are uneasy over what they say are signs of discrimination
[Tap to expand] http://bbc.in/2zfrLN8
Poland lightning strike 'kills several' in Tatra mountains storm https://bbc.in/31VqSp9
On Wednesday a sit-in at Yuen Long train station in Hong Kong ended with a stand-off
Protesters let off fire extinguishers, used fire hoses, sprayed soap on the floor and built barricades to fend off the police
[Tap to expand] http://bbc.in/31Tus3c
President Bolsonaro says the fires are being investigated but says the government lacks the resources to fight the flames
Follow the latest: http://bbc.in/31VWHy6
Over the past decade, previous Brazilian governments cut deforestation using fines and legal action
Bolsonaro and his ministers criticised the penalties and there’s since been a fall in convictions for environmental crimes
"A consequence of the increase in deforestation” (WWF)
Conservationists blame the government
They say Bolsonaro, has encouraged loggers and farmers to clear land
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro suggested non-governmental organisations had set fires, as revenge for his government slashing their funding
But he didn’t show any evidence, and he later claimed he never accused them
Watch more: http://bbc.in/31Xc9u8
Why are there fires in the Amazon?
Wildfires often occur in the dry season in Brazil but they are also deliberately started in efforts to illegally deforest land for cattle ranching
Social media reacts with #prayforamazonia: http://bbc.in/2zqrjMh
The National Institute for Space Research (Inpe) said its satellite data showed an 84% increase of fires in Brazil compared to 2018
But US space agency NASA said overall fire activity across the entire Amazon basin was slightly below average this year
“The Amazon region is burning!”
The largest rainforest in the world, vital in the fight against global warming, home to one million indigenous people and millions of plants and animals
This year it has seen “a record number of fires” (Inpe) THREAD⬇️ http://bbc.in/2zevNp1
Garda chief unveils plans to put more officers on frontline https://bbc.in/31Tgezk
Why South Korea and Japan are engaged in a tit-for-tat dispute https://bbc.in/31Obpr4
Zimbabwean comedian Gonyeti abducted and beaten https://bbc.in/31XFN22
Qandeel Baloch's parents fail to free her brothers, who are accused of her murder https://bbc.in/2zqaSzz