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.
CIA director John Brennan says Trump would pay a high price for dismantling the Iran deal; the Dutch alcoholic who asked doctors to end his life; the Siberian taking Stalin to court over the 1938 execution of his relative.
(Photo: The lobby of the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Credit: Getty Images)
Brazil mourns after brilliant young football squad die in plane crash; tens of thousands flee government advance in East Aleppo; the cost of losing our bees
(Photo: People pay tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real. Credit: AFP)
The Chapecoense football team's plane crashed on approach to the city of Medellin in Colombia; The starving children caught up in the battle against IS in Iraq; Meet the Macedonians penning American 'fake news'.
(Photo: The crashed plane in Brazil. Credit: AP)
Syria government forces in rapid advance; Cuba commemorates Fidel Castro; Great Barrier Reef suffers worst bleaching.
Photograph shows Syrian men carrying babies and making their way through the rubble of destroyed buildings in Aleppo. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Syrian army seizes large swathes of rebel held Aleppo; Cuba begins official mourning for Castro; Alicia Keys and makeup
(Picture: A handout by the official Syrian Arab News Agency shows a damaged mosque and buildings in Aleppo's eastern Masaken Hanano area; Credit: EPA/SANA HANDOUT)
Former French Prime Minister François Fillon is selected as the candidate for the centre-right Republican Party in next year's presidential election, forces loyal to Assad make gains in the battle for Aleppo; a Cuban American's story of how she battled thirst, hurricanes and sharks in order to escape to the United States.
(Image: Francois Fillon (centre) waves during a political rally in Paris on 25th November 2016. Credit: EPA/Ian Langsdon)