BBC Newshour

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.

Recent Episodes

Russia Launches More Air Strikes in Syria

Russian MP, Leonid Kalashnikov, defends the mission in Syria; A new set of laws will be introduced in an attempt to clean up the food industry in China; Photographer Christopher Herwig explains why he spent more than a decade photographing Soviet bus stops.

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Syria: "There's no simple answer"

Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman on Syria; Oregon shooting; Terry Gilliam's not dead!

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Russia Bombs Syria

Russian military activity in Syria; migrants poisoned by mushrooms; Ralph Lauren "retires"

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What Are Russia's Aims in Syria?

Who is Russia attacking in Syria and why? Afghan President interviewed; France and the Netherlands buy Rembrandts together.

Battle for Kunduz

Afghan forces fight to recapture city; Yemen wedding deaths; protecting the South Pacific; and the former British Ambassador in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Saudi Arabia on what he called the most disastrously violent time for the Middle East since World War Two.

Hajj death toll disputed

Hajj death toll disputed by Pakistan government; Jamaican MP wants slavery reparations from the UK; as this year's shortlist for the Toy Hall of Fame are announced, what makes a classic toy?

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