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.
Patricia which is heading for Mexico's West Coast is set to become the strongest hurricane ever in the Western Hemisphere; South African students win fee concession from President Zuma after protests; snow leopards at risk as Himalayas melt.
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Hillary Clinton testifies before congressional committee investigating Benghazi attacks; UN accuses the Czech Republic of "mistreating" migrants and refugees; The man who plans to swim solo across the Atlantic Ocean
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One of the world's leading scientists warns that the permafrost is warming faster than thought, with potentially grave consequences for climate change; new research on sniffing out disease; China bans party members from joining golf clubs in anti-corruption drive.
Picture shows the permafrost in Greenland. (Credit: Thinkstock)
Syrian president in surprise visit to Russia; A vulture's diet; Back to the Future Day
Joshua Landis analyses the Moscow meeting; Hitler and the Mufti; the "super forecasters".
Liberals win landslide victory in Canada; Dutch alarm over Syrian child brides; Tibet dissidents