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.
62 die in FlyDubai plane crash; Turkey bomb attack in Istanbul; Hulk Hogan wins Gawker sex tape case; Australian Aboriginal hip hop.
(Photo: Wreckage from the crashed FlyDubai plane. Credit: AP)
Paris attacks suspect found in Brussels raids; Turkey and EU strike migrant deal; Why the paper coffee cups you put in recycling bins are rarely recycled.
(Photo: The moment Salah Abdeslam is bundled into a police car following his capture. Credit: EVN)
EU and Turkish leaders trying to finalise a deal to tackle Europe's migration crisis; a rare look inside a women's prison in Tunisia; Pyjamas and Monty Python references during 28-hour debate in Australian Senate.
(Photo: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks to media as he arrives for a meeting during a two-days European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium, 18 March 2016. Credit: EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ)
US says IS committed genocide; pressure mounts on Jacob Zuma; do zoos have a future?
(Picture: Members of Islamic State in a convoy. Credit: AP)
Bugged phone call between Dilma & Lula; last American in Damascus; race & rugby.
Photograph shows anti-government demonstrators protest against the appointment of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as a minister, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Credit: Reuters)
President Obama has nominated a moderate judge, Merrick Garland, to sit on the powerful US Supreme Court, paving the way for a showdown with Republicans; Kurdish parties plan to declare a federal region across northern Syria; scientists draw inspiration from Islamic art to design new metamaterials.
(Photo: Justice Merrick Garland with President Obama; Photographer: Kevin Lamarque; Credit: Reuters)