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.
Investigators critical of pilots' health self-declarations. Nigeria's romantic fiction cottage industry; Germany elections
(Photo: Andreas Lubitz Credit: AFP )
Syrian opposition says government is "not serious" about proximity talks; Turkey's restive Kurdish region; President of Sierra Leone vetoes abortion law despite unanimous approval in parliament
Photo shows Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moualem at a news conference in Damascus. Photo credit: Reuters
Who killed Mikhail Lesin in a Washington hotel in November? India's two eastern states of Orissa and West Bengal are in a bitter row over sweets. After comments by President Obama about the British Prime Minister, how special is the UK/US "special relationship"?
(Photo: Mikhail Lesin's body was found in the central Dupont Circle Hotel. Credit: Associated Press)
Detailed interview with the ex head of the UK's MI6 on the 'Arab Spring'; Remembering the earthquake and tsunami that killed over 18,000 people in Japan 5 years ago today; A bitter dispute over a much love Indian sweet
(Photo: A man walks past a burnt car and damaged buildings in Homs, Syria. Credit: Reuters / Yazan Homsy)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Woman found guilty of taking baby more than 18 years ago; Thousands of Islamic State documents uncovered; Mexico's kidnapping epidemic.
Photo: Morne Nurse, right, the father of the child kidnapped in 1997 leaves court in Cape Town, South Africa. Credit: AP / Schalk van Zuydam)