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.
The result is too close to call in Austria's presidential run-off, where the far-right Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer and Alexander Van der Bellen of the Greens are vying to be the country's next head of state; Anger in Venezuela; Run DMC's Walk This Way 30 years later.
(Photo: Austrian Presidential candidates Alexander Van der Bellen (L) of the Greens and Norbert Hofer (R) of the Freedom party. Credit: Getty Images)
Turkish democracy under Erdoğan; Afghan Taliban leader 'killed'; Mourinho to Manchester United.
Photograph shows Turkey's Transportation Minister Binali Yildirim, who has emerged as the country's new prime minister. (Credit: Reuters)
How do fires spread through planes? South African farm distribution plan; Are you less attractive in selfies?
Photograph shows debris that has been recovered from EgyptAir flight 804. (Credit: Press Association)
Investigators confirm EgyptAir sent automatic messages of smoke on board; Somali Foreign Minister on the proposed closure of Dadaab refugee camp; Happy Chewbacca goes viral.
(Picture: The EgyptAir A320. Credit: Reuters)
World Health Organisation says Zika virus found in Cape Verde; Convicted murderer intrudes at Buckingham Palace; Drone strikes and secret kill lists.
(Photo: Mosquito. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Hunt continues for wreckage of MS804; a Syrian Christian from Aleppo on supporting Syria's legitimate government; the glory days of punk
Picture: A screen grab taken from a handout video obtained from the Egyptian Defence Ministry on 20 May 2016 shows Egyptian Navy engaged in search operations for missing EgyptAir flight MS804 at sea off the Egyptian coast, north of Alexandria. Credit:EPA