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.
Pontiff celebrates mass in Michoacan; former UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali remembered; why are Sikhs always the butt of jokes in India.
(Photo: Pope Francis waves upon arrival at Francisco J. Mujica airport in Morelia, Michoacan State, Mexico. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
A besieged resident of Madaya on Syrian aid; blood cancer breakthrough; Eagles of Death Metal return to Paris.
(Photo: Vehicles from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent drive in a convoy to Madaya. Credit: AFP /LOUAI BESHARALOUAI BESHARA/AFP/Getty Images)
MSF: Syria hospital strike deliberate; Saudi Arabia deradicalisation; China manufacturing in Ethiopia.
(Photo: Picture showing destruction and rubble at an MSF-supported hospital in northern Syria. Credit: European Photopress Agency/MSF)
New unity government announced in Libya; Tim Franks investigates graduate unemployment in Ethiopia; Recriminations over bombed Syrian hospitals.
(Photo: The shadow of a protester is reflected on Libyan flags during a demonstration in Tripoli on June 1, 2012. Credit: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/GettyImages.)
Syria condemns Turkey intervention; the first person to spot gravitational waves; BAFTAS 2016.
(Photo: Kurdish people protest on the Syrian-Turkish border against Turkey's operations. Credit: Reuters)
The conservative US Supreme Court judge Antonin Scalia has died at the age of 79; EU Foreign Policy chief Federica Mogherini on Syria agreement; What's the best way to run a health service?
(Photo: Antonin Scalia. Credit: AP)