BBC's most experienced correspondents bring you compelling interviews on every subject. From devastating natural disasters to inspiring triumphs of the human spirit, BBC Newshour has the world covered.
Migrant boat sinks off Crete; Estonia and the cyber threat; pain drug Fentanyl explained.
Picture: A child eats a biscuit as he sits on the ground with refugees upon their arrival with a boat near the village of Finokalia in the southern Greek island of Crete on May 31, 2016. More than 2,500 people have died trying to make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean sea to Europe so far in 2016, the UN said on May 31. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Louvre & Orsay museums in Paris closed as art works moved amid rising flood water; Malawi music archive; The universe is expanding faster than was believed
The Louvre is evacuated ahead of anticipated floods in Paris; Mother of swapped baby returns to Dallas; Ehsan Jafri's daughter speaks about the killing of her father in the 2002 Gujarat riots.
(Picture of Nemours, south of Paris, where 3,000 people have been evacuated from the town centre. Credit: AP)
German parliament recognises Armenian "genocide"; Baby mix-up in El Salvador; Is it inevitable that we marry the wrong person?
Aid reaches Daraya in Syria for the first time since 2012; Signal detected from the black box of missing EgyptAir flight 804; new Roman archaeological discoveries in London.
(Photo: Aid Convoy enters Daraya. Credit: ICRC Syria)
The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens under the Alps in Switzerland; 40 dead tiger cubs found in Thai temple, Japanese military join search for missing child abandoned in bear-inhabited mountain forest.
(Photo: An Italian train makes its way at the north entrance of the new Gotthard Base Tunnel. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty)