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.
A professor talks with a former student living on the other side of Aleppo's front lines; Report blames Russian-backed rebels for MH17 strike; What Israel did Peres leave behind?
(Photo: The Aleppo skyline and its world famous citadel. Credit: AFP)
Troop movements and bunker busting bombs in Aleppo; Baby born from "three person" fertility technique; US presidential debate
(Photo: A man rides a bicycle past damaged buildings in the rebel-held Tariq al-Bab neighbourhood of Aleppo. Credit: Reuters)
The world reacts to the first US presidential debate; inside Putin's inner circle; ride rollercoasters for kidney stones
(Photo: Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shake hands at the end of their first presidential debate. Credit:Mike Segar/Reuters)
Signing of deal in Colombia could mark end to 50 years of war; Trump and Clinton prepare for first televised debate; Water plumes on one of Jupiter's moons
(Photo: A couple taking a selfie under a Colombian flag in Cartagena, Colombia. Credit: AP)
Huge TV audience expected for first debate; Aleppo conflict; Canada's indigenous children.
Photograph shows preparations for the first US presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead. (Credit: Associated Press)
Vote on national holiday highlights continuing tensions 20 years after war in Bosnia; Jordanian writer Nahid Hatter shot dead ahead of trial for satirical cartoon; Should the EU give away free Interrail tickets to strengthen European identity?
(Image: A man votes during a referendum on "Statehood Day" near Banja Luka. Credit: Reuters/Dado Ruvic)