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 Vice-President of the Maldives, Ahmed Adheeb, has been arrested in connection with an assassination attempt on the island nation's leader; The BBC's Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet reports from Saudi Arabia; The British parliament may cease printing legislation on vellum made from calfskin.
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Vatican synod latest; Maldivian VP arrested over explosion; How hackers make money.
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Is Russia taking a leading role in talks on Syria? Risky business in China; Do women understand fracking?
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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)