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 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has called for a change in the way governments tackle slowing economic growth; Votes are being counted in the Ugandan presidential election; Cartoon character 'Average Mohammed' challenges the message of extremism.
(Photo: containers on ship in port; Credit: Reuters)
British EU future; Syrian aid controversy; brothel's fundraising open day.
Photograph shows British Prime Minister David Cameron departs 10 Downing Street for Brussels EU Summit. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Canada to investigate missing indigenous women; Apple rejects order to unlock San Bernardino gunman's phone; cash crisis in IS-controlled Raqqa .
(Photo: Canada's Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett. Credit: Reuters)
One hundred trucks with aid ready to go; China missiles; love hotels in Paris
Pontiff celebrates mass in Michoacan; former UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali remembered; why are Sikhs always the butt of jokes in India.
(Photo: Pope Francis waves upon arrival at Francisco J. Mujica airport in Morelia, Michoacan State, Mexico. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
A besieged resident of Madaya on Syrian aid; blood cancer breakthrough; Eagles of Death Metal return to Paris.
(Photo: Vehicles from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent drive in a convoy to Madaya. Credit: AFP /LOUAI BESHARALOUAI BESHARA/AFP/Getty Images)