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.
Lyse Doucet reports from Aleppo as rebels flee advancing Syrian forces; racism in customers' Airbnb room selections; Did Ian Fleming steal James Bond from a female novelist?
(Photo: The al-Shaar neighbourhood in eastern Aleppo after being secured by government forces. Credit: George Ourfalian / AFP / Getty Images)
The geography of Aleppo, Syria's shattered city; Pakistan mourns Junaid Jamshed; Pearl Harbour 75th anniversary
(Picture: A general view taken from Aleppo's citadel show fumes rising following shelling on neighbourhoods in the old city on December 7, 2016. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Rebels withdraw from Old City of Aleppo to outer districts; Starvation in Yemen; The last foreign journalist in South Sudan is deported.
(Picture: Pro Government Soldiers in East Aleppo Credit: AFP)
BBC/Reuters investigation into the worst loss of life in the Mediterranean this year; what East Asian schools have to teach the rest of the world; crazy ants on the march in Texas.
(Image: Boat carrying migrants capsizes off the Libyan coast, May 25th 2016. Credit: AP)
LRA Commander's trial at the ICC begins; Jayalalitha buried; the impact of caesarean sections on human evolution.
(Picture: Dominic Ongwen at the ICC Credit: Reuters)
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