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.
Anthony Loyd on the new role of the man who kidnapped him in Syria; Libertarians in Salt Lake City; Getting ice out of a glacier.
(Picture: Children inspect the debris as after Syrian army war planes staged air strikes. Credit: Getty Images)
Decades of conservation efforts by China lead to a rise in giant pandas; the business of Brexit begins in earnest; youth protest leaders win seats in Hong Kong elections.
(Picture: Giant panda at Washington Zoo . Credit: AFP/Getty)
Exit polls show Germany's anti-immigrant AfD party has knocked Chancellor Angela Merkel's party into third place; church bell-ringers crisis in the UK; pesticide that is being used against the Zika virus in the southern US is also killing thousands of honey bees
(Picture: Alternative for Germany campaign poster Credit: Getty)
Mother Theresa of Kolkata is beatified by Pope Francis; Hong Kong votes in the first major elections since 2014; conservationist Sacha Dench on her plans to 'fly with swans'. Mother Theresa of Kolkata is beatified by Pope Francis; Hong Kong votes in the first major elections since 2014; conservationist Sacha Dench on her plans to 'fly with swans'.
Photo: Image of Mother Theresa. Credit: Reuters.
Dr Gavin Ashenden - a vicar and Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen, speaks to Newshour about the Bishop of Grantham's announcement that he is gay; US and China ratify the global agreement on climate change; Donald Trump visits a black church in Detroit in an attempt to claw some of the minority vote away from his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
(Photo: the Bishop of Grantham. Credit: BBC)
China & the United States, the world's two largest carbon dioxide emitters, ratify climate deal; Islam Karimov, Uzbek strongman, who ruled for over a quarter of a century, laid to rest; The Great Fire of London remembered
(Chinese President Xi Jinping, US President Barack Obama and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon shake hands during a joint ratification of the Paris climate change agreement ceremony ahead of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou on September 3, 2016. Photo credit should read How Hwee Young/AFP/Getty Images)