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.
Putin describes shooting of Russian warplane by Turkey as a 'stab in the back' ; Life as an ISIS wife in Raqqa; Why Kimchi is so popular
(Photo shows: A plane falling to the ground near the Syrian border with Turkey. Credit: EPA/ Haberturk TV Channel)
Tensions in the skies above Syria's border; A 'Wild West' deep in the Swedish forests provides shelter for refugees; Jogging with Palestine's marathon runners
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Two Brussels residents on life under the high terror alert; the EU commissioner on migration says refugees are not terrorists; Argentina's new President Mauricio Macri: who is he and what will his policies be?
Picture: A sign reads "school closed for security reasons" in Brussels
Credit: REUTERS/Yves Herman
Charles Michel announces that while the alert remains, schools and the subway in Brussels will reopen on Wednesday; Scientists explore surrogacy to save the northern white rhino; Can you save the planet by changing your diet?
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Ground troops ruled out; landslide in Myanmar; Africa's first female naval commander
(Photo: President Barack Obama speaks during a news conference in Manila Credit: AP)
Brussels to remain on high alert; Argentina's presidential run-off; French Lebanese Jazz.
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