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.
Further deportations from Greece to Turkey in controversial deal; Childhood trauma and violent crime; Is the Pope's proclamation on family life a "papal bombshell"?
(Photo: A police officer escorts a migrant from a Turkish ferry carrying the second group of migrants deported from Europe to Turkey. Credit: AFP / Ozan Koseozan Kose/ Getty)
Citizens trapped in the IS-held city of Fallujah are 'starving and forced to eat grass,' says Human Rights Watch; Supermassive black hole found in cosmic backwater; New Disney Jungle Book film too scary for small children, according to India's censor board.
(Photo: Rubble of house in Fallujah damaged in apparent airstrike by the Iraqi army in March; Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
The US drugs giant Pfizer has abandoned a proposed record-breaking $160bn merger with Ireland's Allergan; Orthodox Judaism's first female Rabbi is appointed; Could algae be converted into fuel?
(Photo: Pfizer sign in Kent, UK. Credit: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire)
High blood sugar levels linked to 3.7 million deaths each year, says WHO; Big rise in executions worldwide; Mystery of three hares racing in a circle.
(Photo: Diabetes test; Photographer: Peter Byrne; Credit: Press Association)
Judges at the International Criminal Court in the Hague throw out charges of crimes against humanity brought against Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto; Iceland's Prime Minister becomes the first political casualty of the "Panama Papers" leak; The president who DJs in Estonia.
(Photo: William Ruto sits in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court in 2011. Credit: Bas Czerwinski/AP)