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.
French protests over working conditions; whistleblower protection; double mastectomy walk.
Photograph shows trade unionists block the entrance of a power plant with burning objects to protest against the French labour reform law. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Immigration up in the UK; Cancer deaths increase because of global recession; Inside China's new submarines.
(Photo: A sand castle flying an EU and UK flag. Credit: Getty Images)
Ukranian pilot Nadia Savchenko's lawyer on his client's return and what it might mean for Ukraine; 11 states to sue over transgender toilet rights in the US; prominent campaigning Azeri journalist Khadija Ismayilova is free
Picture: Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko is surrounded by media upon her arrival at Kyiv Boryspil Airport on May 25, 2016
Credit: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images
Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko lands in Kiev after being freed by Russia; Taliban announces Hibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader; Film recreates Vincent van Gogh's paintings.
(Picture: Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko talks to the media in Kiev. Credit: Gleb Garanich / Reuters)
Iraqis start Fallujah offensive; Eritrea marks independence; Ancient forest threatened
(Photo: A member of the Iraqi pro-government forces fires a rocket-propelled grenade launcher during an operation east of Fallujah. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)
Greece moves thousands of migrants from the Idomeni migrant camp near Macedonia; China uses pig cornea to help treat human blindness; smelly bats irk Aussie residents.
(Picture: An elderly woman waves as she is moved out of the Idomeni camp in Greece; Credit: Giannis Papanikos / AP)