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.
hundreds of billions wiped off world markets; Sepp Blatter speaks; fine art of forgery
Tracking the migration corridor to northern Europe; Chinese stock market collapses; the South African artist using recycled bags
Demand for Lebanese PM to resign after violence at uncollected rubbish protests; Usain Bolt defends World 100m title; Azar Nafisi on a novel about Iran's paranoia about Britain
British foreign minister in Iran; Rebirth of a language; Holocaust victims' traumas could be passed on
Commander of National Guardsman says combat experience helped him tackle gunman; Norwegian ship rescues hundreds of migrants; Vintage plane crashes onto busy road at air show
Obama and Hollande praise US off-duty soldiers for overpowering gunman on Paris-bound train; Santa Claus faces bankrupcy in Finland; Kabul explosion.
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