BBC Newshour

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Recent Episodes

Will A Syrian 'Safe Zone' Work?

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterates his call for a 'safe zone' in northern Syria; Estonians on their fears of Putin's Russia; Russian band 'I am the Morning' on their new album about mental illness

(Image: Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan at last week's G20 summit in China. Photo: AP/Carolyn Kaster)

Brexit Sparks Baltic Fears Over Russia

Estonia says Russia "aggressive and provocative"; Obama "son of a whore" row; Lego builds on growth.

(Photo: The EU and Estonian flags during celebrations to mark Schengen expansion into the Baltic States in 2007. Credit: Getty Images)

'We're spinning into a moral vacuum' Anthony Loyd on Syria

Anthony Loyd on the new role of the man who kidnapped him in Syria; Libertarians in Salt Lake City; Getting ice out of a glacier.

(Photo: Children inspect the debris as after Syrian army war planes staged air strikes. Credit: Getty Images)

"We're spinning into a moral vacuum" Anthony Loyd on Syria

Anthony Loyd on the new role of the man who kidnapped him in Syria; Libertarians in Salt Lake City; Getting ice out of a glacier.

(Picture: Children inspect the debris as after Syrian army war planes staged air strikes. Credit: Getty Images)

Giant panda no longer endangered species

Decades of conservation efforts by China lead to a rise in giant pandas; the business of Brexit begins in earnest; youth protest leaders win seats in Hong Kong elections.

(Picture: Giant panda at Washington Zoo . Credit: AFP/Getty)

Angela Merkel’s party ‘suffers poll blow’

Exit polls show Germany's anti-immigrant AfD party has knocked Chancellor Angela Merkel's party into third place; church bell-ringers crisis in the UK; pesticide that is being used against the Zika virus in the southern US is also killing thousands of honey bees

(Picture: Alternative for Germany campaign poster Credit: Getty)