BBC Newshour

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.

Recent Episodes

Austria's Interior Minister on Fence with Slovenia

Austria and Slovenia say they are planning to build fences on their southern borders to help to control the flow of migrants and refugees; an exclusive BBC investigation from the United States has uncovered details of the case against a man jailed for the killing of a British tourist -- which may cast doubt on the safety of his conviction; and we talk space science with former astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield.

(Photo Credit: Reuters)

US Sails "Too Near" Disputed China Islands

China says the US warship which sailed close to islands constructed by Beijing in the South China Sea was "provocative"; the Syrian family refused asylum in Russia now stuck for 40 days in a Moscow airport; and has the British House of Lords voted for their own demise?

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US Budget Deal

A deal between Congress and the White House on the budget averts a government shutdown; the Syrian family stuck in no man's land at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport; and former Fed Chief, Ben Bernanke, speaks to Newshour.

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Deadly Earthquake Hits Afghanistan and Pakistan

Many killed in what Afghan authorities say is the strongest quake in the region in decades; WHO links red/ processed meat with cancer; Gin makes a comeback

(Photo credit: Anas Mallick, who is in Karimabad, less than 200 km from the Afghan border)

Earthquake Latest

Pakistan and Afghanistan quake; Nawal El Saadawi; Halloween pumpkin or Halloween turnip?

(Photo: Earthquake damage in Ghazni, south-west of Kabul. Credit: BBC Afghan)

Argentinians Vote to Choose New President

Argentinians go to the polls to choose a President to replace Christina Fernandez de Kirchner; The American-backed rebel group, The Free Syrian Army rejects Russia's offer of military assistance, saying it doesn't trust them; How important was the battle of Agincourt?

(Photo Credit: Reuters)