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.
British foreign minister in Iran; Rebirth of a language; Holocaust victims' traumas could be passed on
Commander of National Guardsman says combat experience helped him tackle gunman; Norwegian ship rescues hundreds of migrants; Vintage plane crashes onto busy road at air show
Obama and Hollande praise US off-duty soldiers for overpowering gunman on Paris-bound train; Santa Claus faces bankrupcy in Finland; Kabul explosion.
Photo: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
Chaos on the Greek border with Macedonia; Libyan FM asks for assistance; first female US army rangers.
Libya's FM says compatriots must unite to fight ISIS; Howard Dean on being an insurgent political candidate; has a Nazi train of gold
been found in Poland?
(Photo: Libyan troops in Benghazi Credit: Getty Images/AFP)
Who was behind the explosion in the Egyptian capital? France and UK reach security deal on migrants; North Koreans get a taste of western music
(Photo: A security official guides the site of the Cairo bomb blast Credit: Reuters)