BBC Newshour

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Recent Episodes

The Greatest Olympian Ever?

American swimmer Michael Phelps wins 21 golds; Nauru detention; journalist David Satter.

Picture: Michael Phelps of the United States celebrates winning gold in the Men"s 4x100 Freestyle Relay on day four, of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, 09 August 2016. Credit: EPA/DEAN LEWINS

Putin and Erdogan's "Axis of Friendship"

Russia and Turkey tensions ease; Yemen air raids resumed; Usain Bolt targets to win three sprint titles

(Picture: Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Credit: AP)

Detente in St Petersburg

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds talks in St Petersburg with President Vladimir Putin; the children left behind after Ebola ravaged the West African state of Guinea; fifty senior US national security experts warn that Donald Trump "would be the most reckless president" in US history.

(Picture: Russian President Putin (R) meets Turkish President Erdogan in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Credit: Getty Images)

Trump's Economic Speech

Trump unveils new economic agenda; Pakistan hospital attack; Leonard Cohen's muse

Photograph shows GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Gives Economic Policy Address In Detroit. (Credit: Getty Images)

Dozens Killed in Pakistan Hospital Bomb

A bomb blast has killed at least 63 people at a hospital in the city of Quetta in south-west Pakistan; Japan's Emperor Akihito hints at wish to abdicate; a crocodile backlash in East Timor.

(Picture: Bystanders comfort a mourner after the killing of a victim in a bomb explosion at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Russian Team Banned From Paralympics

Athletes receive doping ban; 'Brazilian butt-lift' surgeon dies; New Lucille Ball statue

(Photo: International Paralympic Committee President Sir Philip Craven and Director of Media and Communications Craig Spencer. Credit: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)