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.
South Africa report hints at presidential corruption; Newshour in Aleppo; big night for baseball.
Photograph shows protesters calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria. (Credit: Reuters)
Why the Hispanic vote in the battleground state of Florida matters in US election; Dramatic increase in cancer among women in developing countries; Facebook blocks plans by an insurer to view young drivers' profiles to help set car insurance premiums.
(Picture: Members of the Hispanic community campaign for voter registration in Orlando. Florida. Credit: BBC/Mike Innes)
Iraqi special forces 'liberate main gate'; the Angola 3; bomb-detecting spinach.
Photograph shows Iraq's flag. (Credit: Reuters)
Iraqi special forces fight their way into the suburbs of IS-controlled Mosul; What China's new fighter jets tell us about its military strength; Rome counts the architectural cost of Italy's earthquake.
(Photo: Shia fighters south of Mosul. Credit: Getty Images)
Is the email row affecting early voting? Iraqi forces near Mosul; far-sighted football referees.
Photograph shows Hillary Clinton. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Tim Franks in Florida with Trump and Clinton supporters; Owen Bennett Jones in Damascus; The glacial Nepalese lake drained due to Mount Everest flood risk.
(Photo: Silhouettes of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Credit: Getty Images)