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.
The Sudanese government reacts to Amnesty's chemical weapons claims; Remembering the Nazi massacre of Jews at Babi Yar; Should the Olympic Games have one permanent host city?
(Photo: Children in North Darfur in April. Credit: Getty Images)
Indian "surgical strikes"; Italian PM on Brexit; fashion magazines v bloggers.
Photograph shows an Indian policeman firing a teargas shell towards demonstrators during a protest against the recent killings in Kashmir, in Srinagar September 2016. (Credit: Reuters)
A professor talks with a former student living on the other side of Aleppo's front lines; Report blames Russian-backed rebels for MH17 strike; What Israel did Peres leave behind?
(Photo: The Aleppo skyline and its world famous citadel. Credit: AFP)
Troop movements and bunker busting bombs in Aleppo; Baby born from "three person" fertility technique; US presidential debate
(Photo: A man rides a bicycle past damaged buildings in the rebel-held Tariq al-Bab neighbourhood of Aleppo. Credit: Reuters)
The world reacts to the first US presidential debate; inside Putin's inner circle; ride rollercoasters for kidney stones
(Photo: Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shake hands at the end of their first presidential debate. Credit:Mike Segar/Reuters)
Signing of deal in Colombia could mark end to 50 years of war; Trump and Clinton prepare for first televised debate; Water plumes on one of Jupiter's moons
(Photo: A couple taking a selfie under a Colombian flag in Cartagena, Colombia. Credit: AP)