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.
US scientists & Brazil health workers tackling Zika; Exclusive interview with Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye; the fate of the Republican Party.
Photograph shows a municipal health worker prepares to apply insecticide in a junk yard to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquito that transmits the Zika virus in Brazil. (Credit: Associated Press)
Migrant summit; Trump wins Nevada; Adjustable airline seats for the fat and thin.
(Photo: Migrants travelling through Europe. Credit: AP)
US president says he wants to achieve his goal of closing down the detention centre in Cuba before leaving office; Mars recalls chocolate products in 55 countries; 3D printing in space.
(Photo: A soldier stands guard in a tower overlooking Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay naval base in a December 31, 2009. Credit: Reuters.)
Obama's latest plan to close Guantanamo detention centre; Indian castes; Chinese characters
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The US and Russia have announced that a planned truce in Syria should come into effect in five days time; The British prime minister, David Cameron, has urged MPs to back the campaign for Britain to stay in the European Union; After twenty years, the battle over a cellar in Jerusalem's Old City is finally over.
(Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin's address, on 22nd February 2016, on US and Russia's agreement to enforce ceasefire in Syria. Credit: EPA.)
Millions still without water in Delhi; fuel crisis in Venezuela; Making a Murderer
(Photo: Demonstrators from the Jat community block a national highway. Credit: Adnan Abidi/Reuters)