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.
Catholic priest's will be allowed indefinitely to grant forgiveness for the "grave sin" of abortion; Death doula; Who are the alt-right?
(Photo: Pope Francis at St. Peter's Basilica. Credit: Franco Origlia / Getty Images)
France's former Prime Minister Francois Fillon is the frontrunner in the centre-right Primary Elections; satellite images show hundreds of homes belonging to the Rohingya minority in Burma; UK actor and impersonator Jan Ravens talks about the pros and cons of political satire
(Photo: Alain Juppe (left) and Francois Fillon (right); Credit: Nicolas Tucat/AFP/Getty Images)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will run for office for a fourth term; Donald Trump and his meetings in Bedminster; Bernard-Henri Lévy on the future of French politics
(Picture: German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a Christian Democratic Union (CDU) meeting; Credit: Tobias Schwarz /AFP/Getty Images)
How civilians are getting caught in the crossfire in Mosul; First-hand accounts of WW1 soldiers who fought at the Somme; Kate Bush recalls her 2014 live shows/
(Photo: A child in a village south of Mosul, Iraq. Credit: Getty Images)
Thousands of Malaysians demand the resignation of their prime minister; What will President Trump's relationship with Havana be like?; Saudi-led coalition in Yemen declares new ceasefire.
(Photo: Members of Malaysia's reformist group Bersih in Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Getty Images)
Vice President-elect Mike Pence booed during Hamilton musical; Yemen ceasefire; Tintin on the moon.
Photograph shows US Vice President-elect Mike Pence. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)