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.
Kurds recalim Manbij in Syria; Fidel Castro at 90; Brussel's carpet of flowers
Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia takes gold in the women's 10,000 metres, smashing a 23-year-old world record; Cannes in France bans burkinis over suspected link to radical Islamism; "old" Greenland sharks.
(Picture: Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia wins the Women's 10,000 Meters Final and setting a new world record. Credit: Getty Images)
Four dead as tourist resorts are targetted in Thailand; Syrian White Helmet baby rescuer killed; the sharks that pre-date Shakespeare.
(Photo: Rescue workers attend to an injured victim after a small bomb exploded in Hua Hin, Thailand. Credit: Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images)
Russia warns Ukraine of "playing with fire" over claims of an attempted incursion into disputed territory; Delhi hit-and-run prompts scheme to reward passers-by who take victims of road accidents to hospital; a robot lawyer aiming to help the homeless.
(Picture: Crew members of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Crimea. Credit: Getty Images)
Doctors in Aleppo send open letter to President Obama asking for help for the besieged city; Germany announces new anti-terrorism measures following a spate of attacks linked to Islamic militants; Italian police come to the aid of a lonely elderly couple and cook them a pasta meal.
(Picture: A civilian breathes through an oxygen mask at al-Quds hospital after what is believed to have been a gas attack; Credit: Reuters)
Police racial bias in Baltimore; Panama Papers controversy; man walks heart donor's daughter down aisle.
Photograph shows a mural of Freddie Gray near the location where he was arrested. (Credit: Getty Images)