Outside Source [world Service]

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20131101 (WS)

The world is our Newsroom – join us as we find out what is happening right now around t...

The world is our Newsroom – join us as we find out what is happening right now around the world.

2013102820131029 (WS)
20131030 (WS)
20131031 (WS)
20131101 (WS)

The world is our Newsroom – join us as we find out what is happening right now around the world.

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20131101
20131101

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2013110420131105 (WS)

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2013110420131105 (WS)

The world is our Newsroom, join us as we find out what is happening right now around the world.

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20131111
20131111

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20131112
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20131219

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20131219

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20131220

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20131220

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20131223

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20131223

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20131224

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20131224

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20131225

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20131225

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20131226

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20131226

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20131227

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20131227

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20131230

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20131230

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20131231

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20131231

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20140101

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20140101

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20140102

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20140102

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20140103

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20140103

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20140106

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20140106

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20140107

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20140107

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20140108

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20140108

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20140109

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20140109

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20140110

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20140110

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20140113

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20140113

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20140114

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20140114

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20140115

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20140115

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20140116

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20140116

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20140117

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20140117

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20140120

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20140120

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20140121

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20140121

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20140122

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20140122

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20140123

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20140123

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20140124

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20140124

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20140127

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20140127

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20140128

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20140128

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20140129

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20140129

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20140130

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20140130

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20140131

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20140131

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20140203

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20140203

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20140204

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20140204

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20140205

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20140206

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20140207

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20140207

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20140210

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20140210

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20140211

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20140211

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20140212

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20140212

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20140213

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20140228

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20140303

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20140304

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20140304

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20140307

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20140310

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20140310

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20140311

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20140312

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20140313

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20140314

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20140317

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20140319

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20140320

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20140321

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20140324

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20140324

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20140325

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20140326

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20140326

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20140327

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20140328

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20140331

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20140331

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20140401

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20140407

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20140407

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20140408

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20140408

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20140409

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20140409

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20140410

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20140410

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20140411

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20140411

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20140414

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20140415

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20140421

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20140421

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20140423

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20140425

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20140428

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20140428

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20140429

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20140429

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20140430

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20140501

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20140502

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20140609

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20140619

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#worldonthemove: How The Movement Of People Is Changing The World20160516

We look at the issues involved and how society is handling it. UNHCR special envoy and Hollywood actress, Angelina Jolie Pitt gives a keynot speech on the global refugee crisis. Also in the programme, 50 years since the Chinese Communist Party launched it's Cultural Revolution, but no official events to commemorate it in China. And we speak to the owner of the Lithuanian restaurant whose mural of US Republican hopeful Donald Trump, smacking lips with Russian President Vladimir Putin, has gone viral.

( Angelina Jolie reacts during a press conference while visiting Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Credit: Reuters/Mohamed Azakir)

#worldonthemove: How The Movement Of People Is Changing The World20160516

We look at the issues involved and how society is handling it. UNHCR special envoy and Hollywood actress, Angelina Jolie Pitt gives a keynot speech on the global refugee crisis. Also in the programme, 50 years since the Chinese Communist Party launched it's Cultural Revolution, but no official events to commemorate it in China. And we speak to the owner of the Lithuanian restaurant whose mural of US Republican hopeful Donald Trump, smacking lips with Russian President Vladimir Putin, has gone viral.

( Angelina Jolie reacts during a press conference while visiting Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Credit: Reuters/Mohamed Azakir)

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70 Bodies In Austria Migrant Truck20150828

As scores more die in the Mediterranean, Austria probes how dozens of refugees died in a truck from Hungary. UN in Libya tell us how they're trying to manage the flow of migrants there. And Germany's word of the year? It might just be "Merkeln". (Photo Credit: Dieter Nagl/AFP/Getty Images)

70 Bodies In Austria Migrant Truck20150828

As scores more die in the Mediterranean, Austria probes how dozens of refugees died in a truck from Hungary. UN in Libya tell us how they're trying to manage the flow of migrants there. And Germany's word of the year? It might just be "Merkeln". (Photo Credit: Dieter Nagl/AFP/Getty Images)

Afghan Forces Fight For Kunduz20150929

Afghan forces are trying to recapture the city of Kunduz from the Taliban -- with the help of US air-strikes. We find out what is happening from our experts inside and outside Afghanistan. Also, the killing of an Italian charity worker in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, an attack on a wedding party in Yemen that's left at least 130 dead, and a raid on Uber by Dutch prosecutors, in a criminal investigation into whether the company is offering illegal taxi services.

(Photo: A Taliban fighter on his motorcycle in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Credit: AP)

Afghan Forces Fight For Kunduz20150929

Afghan forces are trying to recapture the city of Kunduz from the Taliban -- with the help of US air-strikes. We find out what is happening from our experts inside and outside Afghanistan. Also, the killing of an Italian charity worker in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, an attack on a wedding party in Yemen that's left at least 130 dead, and a raid on Uber by Dutch prosecutors, in a criminal investigation into whether the company is offering illegal taxi services.

(Photo: A Taliban fighter on his motorcycle in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Credit: AP)

Afghan President Promises To 'bury' Islamic State20160125

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has promised to "bury" the Islamic State (IS) militant group, whose local offshoot has clashed with government forces and Taliban fighters. We get the details from our chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet, who's been talking to the president. Also in the programme: EU ministers discuss migration in Turkey, we get an update on the social unrest in Tunisia and Morocco, and we hear about the German bars that aren't letting in migrants.

(Photo: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Davos.)

Afghan President Promises To 'bury' Islamic State20160125

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has promised to "bury" the Islamic State (IS) militant group, whose local offshoot has clashed with government forces and Taliban fighters. We get the details from our chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet, who's been talking to the president. Also in the programme: EU ministers discuss migration in Turkey, we get an update on the social unrest in Tunisia and Morocco, and we hear about the German bars that aren't letting in migrants.

(Photo: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Davos.)

Afghan Taliban Name New Leader20160525

New Taliban leader announced in Afghanistan. Also - Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko flies home as part of a prisoner swap. And we ask Zanu PF - are there really a million people on the march in Harare? (Photo: Afghan Islamic Press/AP)

Afghan Taliban Name New Leader20160525

New Taliban leader announced in Afghanistan. Also - Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko flies home as part of a prisoner swap. And we ask Zanu PF - are there really a million people on the march in Harare? (Photo: Afghan Islamic Press/AP)

Aleppo Hospital Bombed20160428

MSF-supported hospital in rebel-held Aleppo among the apparent targets of air strikes. How can the Syria peace talks resume now? Also - what next for Facebook after record profits posted? And Nigeria's Fulani herdsmen blamed for deadly attack. (Photo: Al Quds hospital, Aleppo. Credit: REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail.)

Aleppo Hospital Bombed20160428

MSF-supported hospital in rebel-held Aleppo among the apparent targets of air strikes. How can the Syria peace talks resume now? Also - what next for Facebook after record profits posted? And Nigeria's Fulani herdsmen blamed for deadly attack. (Photo: Al Quds hospital, Aleppo. Credit: REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail.)

Aleppo Imams Say Friday Prayers Too Dangerous20160429

A religious council in the Syrian city of Aleppo has for the first time recommended cancelling Friday prayers amid reports more than 200 people have been killed during seven days of government air strikes and rebel shelling. Also, Spanish bullfighter's DNA battle, Ivory wars in Africa and Snapchat in the Philippines.

(Photo: Aftermath of air strikes in Aleppo. Credit: EPA)

Aleppo Imams Say Friday Prayers Too Dangerous20160429

A religious council in the Syrian city of Aleppo has for the first time recommended cancelling Friday prayers amid reports more than 200 people have been killed during seven days of government air strikes and rebel shelling. Also, Spanish bullfighter's DNA battle, Ivory wars in Africa and Snapchat in the Philippines.

(Photo: Aftermath of air strikes in Aleppo. Credit: EPA)

Aleppo's Old City Under Assad Forces Control20161207

Syrian activists say government forces have retaken control of all of Aleppo's historic old city, following days of heavy fighting.

Time Magazine's Person of the Year will be announced on Wednesday. The short list raises eyebrows.

And why people in the UK are talking about Prime Minister Theresa May's trousers.

(Photo: Smoke rises from a rebel-controlled area in eastern Aleppo following government shelling on December 5, 2016. Credit: Youssef Karwashan/AFP/Getty Images.)

Aleppo's Old City Under Assad Forces Control20161207

Syrian activists say government forces have retaken control of all of Aleppo's historic old city, following days of heavy fighting.

Time Magazine's Person of the Year will be announced on Wednesday. The short list raises eyebrows.

And why people in the UK are talking about Prime Minister Theresa May's trousers.

(Photo: Smoke rises from a rebel-controlled area in eastern Aleppo following government shelling on December 5, 2016. Credit: Youssef Karwashan/AFP/Getty Images.)

All The Reaction To Donald Trump's Keynote Speech20160722

Donald Trump tells the Republican Convention he will be the voice of the forgotten men and women of America. Also - Syrian children hope Pokémon Go can help them. And journalist Pavel Sheremet is buried today. (Photo: Reuters.)

All The Reaction To Donald Trump's Keynote Speech20160722

Donald Trump tells the Republican Convention he will be the voice of the forgotten men and women of America. Also - Syrian children hope Pokémon Go can help them. And journalist Pavel Sheremet is buried today. (Photo: Reuters.)

Al-shabab Attacks African Union Base In Somalia20160115

Militant fighters from the Al-Shabab group have attacked a base for African Union peacekeepers in south western Somalia, many Kenyan soldiers are reported dead. #OscarsSoWhite is trending: Why? And we hear from two astronauts about to take a spacewalk.

(Photo: Al-Shabab militants wearing masks, carrying flags and rifles. Credit: AFP)

Al-shabab Attacks African Union Base In Somalia20160115

Militant fighters from the Al-Shabab group have attacked a base for African Union peacekeepers in south western Somalia, many Kenyan soldiers are reported dead. #OscarsSoWhite is trending: Why? And we hear from two astronauts about to take a spacewalk.

(Photo: Al-Shabab militants wearing masks, carrying flags and rifles. Credit: AFP)

Anger And Grief After Ankara Bombing20160314

Turkey begins operations against PKK Kurdish rebels in Iraq, a day after a suicide car bomb in Anakara that killed dozens of people. Also in the programme: Syria peace talks begin in Geneva, Europe and Russian joint mission heads to Mars on methane quest, and Top Gear causes row over Cenotaph stunt in London.

Photo: Relatives mourn victim of Ankara bombing. Credit: Reuters

Anger And Grief After Ankara Bombing20160314

Turkey begins operations against PKK Kurdish rebels in Iraq, a day after a suicide car bomb in Anakara that killed dozens of people. Also in the programme: Syria peace talks begin in Geneva, Europe and Russian joint mission heads to Mars on methane quest, and Top Gear causes row over Cenotaph stunt in London.

Photo: Relatives mourn victim of Ankara bombing. Credit: Reuters

Another Aid Group Bombed In Syria20160921

Medical relief organisation says a number of its staff were killed, and a clinic destroyed, in an overnight air raid south of Aleppo.

Also today - protests in North Carolina after black man shot dead by police.

Pakistan closes northern air space over Kashmir tension.

And why Iceland's record-breaking football team is not featured in FIFA 17.

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Another Aid Group Bombed In Syria20160921

Medical relief organisation says a number of its staff were killed, and a clinic destroyed, in an overnight air raid south of Aleppo.

Also today - protests in North Carolina after black man shot dead by police.

Pakistan closes northern air space over Kashmir tension.

And why Iceland's record-breaking football team is not featured in FIFA 17.

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Another Historical Day At Rio Olympics20160815

South African Wayde Van Niekerk smashes Michael Johnson's 400m record and a record third consecutive 100m gold medal for Usain Bolt.

Also in the programme, a woman is jailed for 10 years for kidnapping a baby 19 years ago and raising her as her own.

And we hear from the US and the city of Milwaukee where protests continued for a 2nd night over the police shooting of an African American suspect.

(Image: Wayde van Niekerk reacts after winning the Men"s 400 meter final Credit: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Another Historical Day At Rio Olympics20160815

South African Wayde Van Niekerk smashes Michael Johnson's 400m record and a record third consecutive 100m gold medal for Usain Bolt.

Also in the programme, a woman is jailed for 10 years for kidnapping a baby 19 years ago and raising her as her own.

And we hear from the US and the city of Milwaukee where protests continued for a 2nd night over the police shooting of an African American suspect.

(Image: Wayde van Niekerk reacts after winning the Men"s 400 meter final Credit: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Apple Slapped With $15bn Bill Over Irish Tax20160830

The European Commission rules on the technology giant's deal with Ireland over tax. Also - we uncover details of dozens of mass graves in Syria and Iraq. And who is Kim Dotcom? (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images.)

Apple Slapped With $15bn Bill Over Irish Tax20160830

The European Commission rules on the technology giant's deal with Ireland over tax. Also - we uncover details of dozens of mass graves in Syria and Iraq. And who is Kim Dotcom? (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images.)

Arrests And Violence In Turkey20161104

Reaction from Turkey to the arrests of Pro-Kurdish opposition leaders and to an explosion in Diyarbakir. We are also in the BBC Arabic Newsroom to get the latest on the fighting in the Syria city of Aleppo and on the operation to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State militants; And why tens of thousands of Muslims are marching in the Indonesian capital Jakarta; And, a month since Hurricane Matthew, 800,000 Haitians are in need of immediate assistance.

(Photo. Residents after an explosion in Turkish city of Diyarbakir. Credit: Mahmut Bozarslan/AP)

Arrests And Violence In Turkey20161104

Reaction from Turkey to the arrests of Pro-Kurdish opposition leaders and to an explosion in Diyarbakir. We are also in the BBC Arabic Newsroom to get the latest on the fighting in the Syria city of Aleppo and on the operation to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State militants; And why tens of thousands of Muslims are marching in the Indonesian capital Jakarta; And, a month since Hurricane Matthew, 800,000 Haitians are in need of immediate assistance.

(Photo. Residents after an explosion in Turkish city of Diyarbakir. Credit: Mahmut Bozarslan/AP)

Assad Says Aleppo Was A Critical Moment In The War20170109

Speaking to the French media, the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has described the defeat of rebels in Aleppo as a critical moment in the war.

Also today; Golden Globes Awards, vote to find the best David Bowie album, Turkey's constitutional reforms, Europe's icy weather, the man who spent a month on the streets of London, as part of a fundraising effort, and the iPhone is marking its tenth anniversary.

Photo: President Bashar al-Assad giving statement to French media. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Assad Says Aleppo Was A Critical Moment In The War20170109

Speaking to the French media, the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has described the defeat of rebels in Aleppo as a critical moment in the war.

Also today; Golden Globes Awards, vote to find the best David Bowie album, Turkey's constitutional reforms, Europe's icy weather, the man who spent a month on the streets of London, as part of a fundraising effort, and the iPhone is marking its tenth anniversary.

Photo: President Bashar al-Assad giving statement to French media. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Austria Struggles With Migrant Influx20150921

20,000 refugees and migrants entered Austria over the weekend; a new government with a familiar face in Greece; Rugby's top medic calls for changes in the game's rules to reduce head and brain injuries; Ethiopia's new light rail service aims to transport 60,000 people per hour.

(Photo Credit: Vladimir Simicek/AFP/Getty Images)

Austria Struggles With Migrant Influx20150921

20,000 refugees and migrants entered Austria over the weekend; a new government with a familiar face in Greece; Rugby's top medic calls for changes in the game's rules to reduce head and brain injuries; Ethiopia's new light rail service aims to transport 60,000 people per hour.

(Photo Credit: Vladimir Simicek/AFP/Getty Images)

Baghdad Car Bomb: Worst Attack On The City In Years20160511

We hear from Baghdad where Islamic State militants have claimed responsibility for the blast which went off in the Shia Muslim district of Sadr City. Also in the programme, reaction to Queen Elizabeth's leaked comments on "very rude" Chinese officials and the British Prime Minister's description of Nigeria and Afghanistan as "fantastically corrupt". And the scientists exploring the deepest place on Earth, the Mariana Trench, tell us what they've been discovering on their expedition.

( Image: Security forces and citizens inspect the scene after a car bombed exploded at a crowded outdoor market. Credit: AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)

Baghdad Car Bomb: Worst Attack On The City In Years20160511

We hear from Baghdad where Islamic State militants have claimed responsibility for the blast which went off in the Shia Muslim district of Sadr City. Also in the programme, reaction to Queen Elizabeth's leaked comments on "very rude" Chinese officials and the British Prime Minister's description of Nigeria and Afghanistan as "fantastically corrupt". And the scientists exploring the deepest place on Earth, the Mariana Trench, tell us what they've been discovering on their expedition.

( Image: Security forces and citizens inspect the scene after a car bombed exploded at a crowded outdoor market. Credit: AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)

Bangkok Bomb Aftermath20150818

Latest on Bangkok bomb, wildfires on US West Coast and Indonesia plane crash recovery

(Photo: Relatives of a Chinese tourist killed in a Bangkok bomb blast grieve after identifying the body Credit: PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKULPORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images

Bangkok Bomb Aftermath20150818

Latest on Bangkok bomb, wildfires on US West Coast and Indonesia plane crash recovery

(Photo: Relatives of a Chinese tourist killed in a Bangkok bomb blast grieve after identifying the body Credit: PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKULPORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images

Battle Continues For Fallujah20160531

There's concern for civilians caught in the crossfire between Iraqi government forces and Islamic State militants. We speak to journalist Ammar Karim who's been at the front line in recent days. Also in the programme, we hear about an Egyptian police investigation into the death of a teenage girl following a female genital mutilation procedure at a private hospital. And how would you like to own a bit of footballing history? Brazilian icon Pele puts his all his football memorabilia up for sale.

(Photo: Pro-Iraq government militia video of fighting in Fallujah Credit: Associated Press)

Battle Continues For Fallujah20160531

There's concern for civilians caught in the crossfire between Iraqi government forces and Islamic State militants. We speak to journalist Ammar Karim who's been at the front line in recent days. Also in the programme, we hear about an Egyptian police investigation into the death of a teenage girl following a female genital mutilation procedure at a private hospital. And how would you like to own a bit of footballing history? Brazilian icon Pele puts his all his football memorabilia up for sale.

(Photo: Pro-Iraq government militia video of fighting in Fallujah Credit: Associated Press)

Battle For Mosul Resumes20161229

Iraqi forces advance again after a lull of several weeks. The military says they're reinforced and a new phase in the anti-IS offensive is under way.

Also - another prominent journalist in Turkey is detained.

We look back on the career of Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds who has died two days after her daughter, Carrie Fisher.

And Carlos Tevez has signed for Shanghai club Greenland Shenhua on a reported salary of $500,000 a week.

(Photo: Pro-government Iraqi forces on patrol near Mosul. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Battle For Mosul Resumes20161229

Iraqi forces advance again after a lull of several weeks. The military says they're reinforced and a new phase in the anti-IS offensive is under way.

Also - another prominent journalist in Turkey is detained.

We look back on the career of Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds who has died two days after her daughter, Carrie Fisher.

And Carlos Tevez has signed for Shanghai club Greenland Shenhua on a reported salary of $500,000 a week.

(Photo: Pro-government Iraqi forces on patrol near Mosul. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Bbc Exclusive: Top North Korea Defector Speaks Out20161227

A high-profile North Korean diplomat who defected to South Korea says Pyongyang may have an effective nuclear arsenal by the end of next year. Thae Yong Ho gives his first media interview to the BBC's Steve Evans.

In Turkey, 29 police officers have appeared in court at the most significant trial since the July coup attempt.

Syrian government forces attack the rebel-held town that supplies water to Damascus.

And the latest from the Philippines, where typhoon Nock-Ten has killed four people.

(Photo: Thae Yong Ho arrives at Seoul's National Assembly on 23 December 2016 Credit: Kim Hyun-tae/Yonhap via AP.)

Bbc Exclusive: Top North Korea Defector Speaks Out20161227

A high-profile North Korean diplomat who defected to South Korea says Pyongyang may have an effective nuclear arsenal by the end of next year. Thae Yong Ho gives his first media interview to the BBC's Steve Evans.

In Turkey, 29 police officers have appeared in court at the most significant trial since the July coup attempt.

Syrian government forces attack the rebel-held town that supplies water to Damascus.

And the latest from the Philippines, where typhoon Nock-Ten has killed four people.

(Photo: Thae Yong Ho arrives at Seoul's National Assembly on 23 December 2016 Credit: Kim Hyun-tae/Yonhap via AP.)

Beijing's South China Sea Claim Dismissed20160712

International tribunal says China's historic claim to much of the South China Sea has "no legal basis". (Photo: TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images.)

Beijing's South China Sea Claim Dismissed20160712

International tribunal says China's historic claim to much of the South China Sea has "no legal basis". (Photo: TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images.)

Ben Carson Compares Slaves To Immigrants20170307

On his first day as housing secretary, Ben Carson referred to "other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships"

Malaysia's police chief vows to arrest North Koreans suspected of involvement in the nerve gas airport killing "even if takes 5 years"

Melbourne's traffic light symbols are changed to women only

Sri Lanka's navy blamed for the killing of a Tamil Nadu fisherman

(Photo: Ben Carson's first address to employees at the Housing and Urban Development Department in Washington. Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Ben Carson Compares Slaves To Immigrants20170307

On his first day as housing secretary, Ben Carson referred to "other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships"

Malaysia's police chief vows to arrest North Koreans suspected of involvement in the nerve gas airport killing "even if takes 5 years"

Melbourne's traffic light symbols are changed to women only

Sri Lanka's navy blamed for the killing of a Tamil Nadu fisherman

(Photo: Ben Carson's first address to employees at the Housing and Urban Development Department in Washington. Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Besieged Syrians Await Aid Convoys20160217

UN convoys in Syria are waiting for the go-ahead to deliver aid to thousands of people trapped by the fighting. We have exclusive material from Aleppo and other towns and cities under siege. Also: Apple says it will oppose an order to help the FBI break into the mobile phone of one of the San Bernardino attackers, Taiwan says China has deployed surface to air missiles on one of the disputed islands in the South China Sea, and Pope Francis shouts at a crowd in Mexico.

(Photo: A Red Crescent convoy prepares to leave Damascus for Madaya and Zabadani. Credit: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images.)

Besieged Syrians Await Aid Convoys20160217

UN convoys in Syria are waiting for the go-ahead to deliver aid to thousands of people trapped by the fighting. We have exclusive material from Aleppo and other towns and cities under siege. Also: Apple says it will oppose an order to help the FBI break into the mobile phone of one of the San Bernardino attackers, Taiwan says China has deployed surface to air missiles on one of the disputed islands in the South China Sea, and Pope Francis shouts at a crowd in Mexico.

(Photo: A Red Crescent convoy prepares to leave Damascus for Madaya and Zabadani. Credit: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images.)

Boko Haram Suspects Arrested In Lagos20150831

Nuala McGovern presents Outside Source from the newsroom of Nigeria Info FM. We cover the arrest of Boko Haram members in Lagos as reported in Nigeria, one hundred days in office for President Buhari, what's trending online in Nigeria, and Nigeria's victory at AfroBasket. Also in the news: the EU promises action on the migrant crisis and more bodies wash up on a Libyan beach, thought to be those of migrants who drowned at sea.

(Photo: APC campaign billboard in Ogun State, Nigeria. Credit: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images)

Boko Haram Suspects Arrested In Lagos20150831

Nuala McGovern presents Outside Source from the newsroom of Nigeria Info FM. We cover the arrest of Boko Haram members in Lagos as reported in Nigeria, one hundred days in office for President Buhari, what's trending online in Nigeria, and Nigeria's victory at AfroBasket. Also in the news: the EU promises action on the migrant crisis and more bodies wash up on a Libyan beach, thought to be those of migrants who drowned at sea.

(Photo: APC campaign billboard in Ogun State, Nigeria. Credit: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images)

Boko Haram 'technically Defeated' - Is Buhari Right?20151224

Nigeria has "technically won the war" against Islamist Boko Haram militants, President Muhammadu Buhari tells the BBC. Also in the programme: Deadly fire at Saudi hospital, Indian prime minister's visit to Russia, and a look back at the top sport stories of 2015.

Photo: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Credit: AFP

Boko Haram 'technically Defeated' - Is Buhari Right?20151224

Nigeria has "technically won the war" against Islamist Boko Haram militants, President Muhammadu Buhari tells the BBC. Also in the programme: Deadly fire at Saudi hospital, Indian prime minister's visit to Russia, and a look back at the top sport stories of 2015.

Photo: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Credit: AFP

Brazil Soap Legend Drowns On Set20160916

One of Brazil's best-loved stars, Domingos Montagner was swimming in a river during a break from filming.

Also today: reports coming in of fierce fighting east of Damascus.

Parties loyal to President Putin are expected to sweep the board in Duma elections on Saturday.

And - we'll discuss the appeal of grime artist Skepta, winner of the Mercury music prize.

(Photo: Domingos Montagner Official/Facebook.)

Brazil Soap Legend Drowns On Set20160916

One of Brazil's best-loved stars, Domingos Montagner was swimming in a river during a break from filming.

Also today: reports coming in of fierce fighting east of Damascus.

Parties loyal to President Putin are expected to sweep the board in Duma elections on Saturday.

And - we'll discuss the appeal of grime artist Skepta, winner of the Mercury music prize.

(Photo: Domingos Montagner Official/Facebook.)

Brexit: We Are In Germany To Gauge Reaction20160629

We are in the newsroom of Aachener Zeitung, based in a city that borders the Netherlands and Belgium, to hear how people feel there about Britain's decision to leave the European Union. We also go to Turkey, and get the latest from our correspondent there on the attack at Istanbul's Ataturk International airport which has killed at least 40 people and hundreds more injured.

(Photo: Nuala with some of the editorial staff of Aachener Zeitung)

Brexit: We Are In Germany To Gauge Reaction20160629

We are in the newsroom of Aachener Zeitung, based in a city that borders the Netherlands and Belgium, to hear how people feel there about Britain's decision to leave the European Union. We also go to Turkey, and get the latest from our correspondent there on the attack at Istanbul's Ataturk International airport which has killed at least 40 people and hundreds more injured.

(Photo: Nuala with some of the editorial staff of Aachener Zeitung)

British Government Loses Brexit Legal Challenge20170124

Supreme Court rules consent from both Houses needed before the process to leave the European Union can begin. Also, top model becomes advocate for inter-sex understanding; The latest on the Italian hotel avalanche rescue as five more bodies are recovered; And the Chinese chamber choir going viral with a work about the pressures of family at Spring Festival.

(Photo: Claimants give their reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Brexit in London. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)

British Government Loses Brexit Legal Challenge20170124

Supreme Court rules consent from both Houses needed before the process to leave the European Union can begin. Also, top model becomes advocate for inter-sex understanding; The latest on the Italian hotel avalanche rescue as five more bodies are recovered; And the Chinese chamber choir going viral with a work about the pressures of family at Spring Festival.

(Photo: Claimants give their reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Brexit in London. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)

British Pm Heads To Brussels20160628

David Cameron prepares to discuss the implications of the British vote, as political turmoil continues at home. Also, who will be the next boss of the England football team after last night's defeat to Iceland? Plus, Lebanon arrests dozens following Monday's bombings.

(Photo: Angela Merkel (L) David Cameron (C) and Francois Hollande (R) meet earlier this year. Credit: Francois Lenoir/Getty Images)

British Pm Heads To Brussels20160628

David Cameron prepares to discuss the implications of the British vote, as political turmoil continues at home. Also, who will be the next boss of the England football team after last night's defeat to Iceland? Plus, Lebanon arrests dozens following Monday's bombings.

(Photo: Angela Merkel (L) David Cameron (C) and Francois Hollande (R) meet earlier this year. Credit: Francois Lenoir/Getty Images)

Brussels Attacks: Multiple Arrests Across Europe20160325

Ten suspects are arrested in three European countries as police step up efforts to prevent further attacks after the Brussels bombings. Also in the programme: latest on the mission to retake Palmyra from Islamic State militants, the fake image behind #PrayForNigeria and the floating Georgian tree.

(Photo: Investigators in Argenteuil, near Paris. Credit: EPA)

Brussels Attacks: Multiple Arrests Across Europe20160325

Ten suspects are arrested in three European countries as police step up efforts to prevent further attacks after the Brussels bombings. Also in the programme: latest on the mission to retake Palmyra from Islamic State militants, the fake image behind #PrayForNigeria and the floating Georgian tree.

(Photo: Investigators in Argenteuil, near Paris. Credit: EPA)

Brussels Attacks: Two Suspects On The Run20160324

Police hunt for Brussels suspects, the stories of those killed and injured, more on EU security and the links between Brussels and Paris. Paris attacks suspect Adeleslam 'will not fight extradition'. Also in the programme: New Zealand votes to keep current flag. (Photo:People mourn the victims of the bombings at the Place de la Bourse in Brussels. Credit: AP/Peter Dejong)

Brussels Attacks: Two Suspects On The Run20160324

Police hunt for Brussels suspects, the stories of those killed and injured, more on EU security and the links between Brussels and Paris. Paris attacks suspect Adeleslam 'will not fight extradition'. Also in the programme: New Zealand votes to keep current flag. (Photo:People mourn the victims of the bombings at the Place de la Bourse in Brussels. Credit: AP/Peter Dejong)

Brussels On High Alert20151123

Schools, businesses and public transport remain shut in the Belgian capital, Brussels as the police continues to hunt suspects who may be planning a repeat of the Paris attacks. Journalist Tim King has described Belgium as a failed state - we ask him what he means. We hear too from correspondents in Brussels and Paris.

Also, Vladimir Putin goes to Iran to talk about Syria, Kenyan athletes protest against corruption in the sport, and Mali mourns its dead from last week's hotel attack as security forces look for suspects.

(Photo: Belgian soldiers patrol a shopping street in central Brussels. Credit: Reuters)

Brussels On High Alert20151123

Schools, businesses and public transport remain shut in the Belgian capital, Brussels as the police continues to hunt suspects who may be planning a repeat of the Paris attacks. Journalist Tim King has described Belgium as a failed state - we ask him what he means. We hear too from correspondents in Brussels and Paris.

Also, Vladimir Putin goes to Iran to talk about Syria, Kenyan athletes protest against corruption in the sport, and Mali mourns its dead from last week's hotel attack as security forces look for suspects.

(Photo: Belgian soldiers patrol a shopping street in central Brussels. Credit: Reuters)

Brussels Pauses To Remember The Dead20160323

Brussels residents tell us city changed forever; minute's silence held; reports suspect arrested. We're in Brussels and London with the latest. Also - Belgium attacks spark controversy in US presidential race. President Obama heads to Argentina. (Photo: AFP/PATRIK STOLLARZ Getty Images.)

Brussels Pauses To Remember The Dead20160323

Brussels residents tell us city changed forever; minute's silence held; reports suspect arrested. We're in Brussels and London with the latest. Also - Belgium attacks spark controversy in US presidential race. President Obama heads to Argentina. (Photo: AFP/PATRIK STOLLARZ Getty Images.)

Brussels Police Raid: One Man Killed And Two People Detained20160316

Belgian prosecutors say the man killed in anti-terror police operation was from Algeria and in Belgium illegally. ' Super Tuesday 3 ' sees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win big in more US primaries. And in Nigeria at least 20 people were killed when two female suicide bombers attacked worshippers at dawn prayers at a mosque in Maiduguri in the north east of the country.

( Photo: Police tape cordon at a security perimeter after a shooting took place during an anti-terror operation in the rue du Dries-Driesstraat in Forest-Vorst, Brussels. Credit: Bruno Fahy/ AFP/ Getty Images)

Brussels Police Raid: One Man Killed And Two People Detained20160316

Belgian prosecutors say the man killed in anti-terror police operation was from Algeria and in Belgium illegally. ' Super Tuesday 3 ' sees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win big in more US primaries. And in Nigeria at least 20 people were killed when two female suicide bombers attacked worshippers at dawn prayers at a mosque in Maiduguri in the north east of the country.

( Photo: Police tape cordon at a security perimeter after a shooting took place during an anti-terror operation in the rue du Dries-Driesstraat in Forest-Vorst, Brussels. Credit: Bruno Fahy/ AFP/ Getty Images)

Burkina Coup Leader Defies Surrender Deadline20150922

Burkina Faso coup; latest from the Opatovac transit camp in Croatia; the mobile-phone only newsroom; should bridge be a sport?

Burkina Coup Leader Defies Surrender Deadline20150922

Burkina Faso coup; latest from the Opatovac transit camp in Croatia; the mobile-phone only newsroom; should bridge be a sport?

Burundian President Sworn In20150820

, Yemen on brink of famine and the photographer behind Kos migrant picture that's gone viral shares his thoughts

(Photo:Burundi"s President Pierre Nkurunziza smiles after being sworn in for a controversial third term in power, at the Congress Palace in Kigobe district, Bujumbura. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Burundian President Sworn In20150820

Burundian President sworn in, Yemen on brink of famine and the photographer behind Kos migrant picture that's gone viral shares his thoughts

(Photo:Burundi"s President Pierre Nkurunziza smiles after being sworn in for a controversial third term in power, at the Congress Palace in Kigobe district, Bujumbura. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Calais 'jungle' Clearance Resumes20160301

Demolition teams move in to the French port of Calais to dismantle more makeshift shelters in the migrant camp known as the Jungle. Also, what is Super Tuesday and why does it matter? Security tight across Pakistan for funeral of hanged killer, and Oscars host Chris Rock rapped over Asian joke.

(Photo: Makeshift shelters destroyed in Calais migrant camp. Credit: AP)

Calais 'jungle' Clearance Resumes20160301

Demolition teams move in to the French port of Calais to dismantle more makeshift shelters in the migrant camp known as the Jungle. Also, what is Super Tuesday and why does it matter? Security tight across Pakistan for funeral of hanged killer, and Oscars host Chris Rock rapped over Asian joke.

(Photo: Makeshift shelters destroyed in Calais migrant camp. Credit: AP)

Can Tax Evasion Ever Be Stopped?20160413

OECD tax officials meet in Paris but what can they really achieve? Also, South Korea exit polls suggest shock for government. Jordan raids Muslim Brotherhood HQ. And, Inky the escaped octopus.

(Photo: A woman holds up bank notes: Credit: Getty Images)

Can Tax Evasion Ever Be Stopped?20160413

OECD tax officials meet in Paris but what can they really achieve? Also, South Korea exit polls suggest shock for government. Jordan raids Muslim Brotherhood HQ. And, Inky the escaped octopus.

(Photo: A woman holds up bank notes: Credit: Getty Images)

Carnival In Cologne20160204

Nuala McGovern broadcasts from the German city at the start of the Women's Day Carnival. What is the atmosphere like, are people anxious after the attacks on New Year's Eve? Back in London, representatives from 70 countries have gathered for a conference to raise billions of dollars for victims of the Syrian civil war. Chris Rogers is here to find out more about it. And, the UN panel's decision on the detention of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Carnival In Cologne20160204

Nuala McGovern broadcasts from the German city at the start of the Women's Day Carnival. What is the atmosphere like, are people anxious after the attacks on New Year's Eve? Back in London, representatives from 70 countries have gathered for a conference to raise billions of dollars for victims of the Syrian civil war. Chris Rogers is here to find out more about it. And, the UN panel's decision on the detention of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Casualties In Kolkata Flyover Collapse20160331

Fatalities and people trapped in India flyover collapse; President Zuma ordered to pay back public funds spent on his private home; Tesla Model 3 unveiled.

(Photo: A general view of the collapsed flyover in Kolkata. Credit: REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri)

Casualties In Kolkata Flyover Collapse20160331

Fatalities and people trapped in India flyover collapse; President Zuma ordered to pay back public funds spent on his private home; Tesla Model 3 unveiled.

(Photo: A general view of the collapsed flyover in Kolkata. Credit: REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri)

Caution Urged Over Russia Jet Bomb Theory20151105

Russia and Egypt urge caution over suggestions by British and US officials that a Russian airliner may have been brought down by a bomb. Also, Greek PM visits Lesbos migrant camp, Colombian man dies of 'tapeworm tumours' and an interview with the woman who raised India's 'mystery girl' Geeta.

(Photo: Russian emergency services personnel at the Sinai crash site. Credit: AFP)

Caution Urged Over Russia Jet Bomb Theory20151105

Russia and Egypt urge caution over suggestions by British and US officials that a Russian airliner may have been brought down by a bomb. Also, Greek PM visits Lesbos migrant camp, Colombian man dies of 'tapeworm tumours' and an interview with the woman who raised India's 'mystery girl' Geeta.

(Photo: Russian emergency services personnel at the Sinai crash site. Credit: AFP)

Ceasefire In Aleppo?20160212

The United States and Russia, among other powers will agree on cessation of hostilities within a week in Syria and will deliver humanitarian aid, but is there an end in sight to Russian airstrikes? We'll get an update from the BBC's Russian service. Also: Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church will meet in Cuba today. How much do Cubans care about this historic moment?

Photo: A man and a child fleeing the city of Aleppo near the Turkish border

Credit: AFP

Ceasefire In Aleppo?20160212

The United States and Russia, among other powers will agree on cessation of hostilities within a week in Syria and will deliver humanitarian aid, but is there an end in sight to Russian airstrikes? We'll get an update from the BBC's Russian service. Also: Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church will meet in Cuba today. How much do Cubans care about this historic moment?

Photo: A man and a child fleeing the city of Aleppo near the Turkish border

Credit: AFP

Celebrations As Rescued Migrants And Refugees See Land20160914

Catch up with our reporter Lucy Grey who's docked in Italy with almost 400 migrants and refugees, after a Mediterranean rescue voyage lasting 12 days.

Also today: Platini bids farewell to UEFA.

We meet the inventor of the hijab emoji.

And Pauline Hanson causes a storm in Australia with her maiden Senate speech.

(Photo: Migrants and refugees celebrate imminent landing in Italy after being rescued off Libya. Credit: Twitter/@lucyegrey)

Celebrations As Rescued Migrants And Refugees See Land20160914

Catch up with our reporter Lucy Grey who's docked in Italy with almost 400 migrants and refugees, after a Mediterranean rescue voyage lasting 12 days.

Also today: Platini bids farewell to UEFA.

We meet the inventor of the hijab emoji.

And Pauline Hanson causes a storm in Australia with her maiden Senate speech.

(Photo: Migrants and refugees celebrate imminent landing in Italy after being rescued off Libya. Credit: Twitter/@lucyegrey)

Centenary Of The Battle Of The Somme20160701

Commemorations are being held in northern France to remember the more than a million French, British and German soldiers killed in one of the bloodiest encounters of World War One. Also, what now for British politics, as a prospective candidate for the leader of the ruling Conservative party, Michael Gove makes the first speech of his campaign. We hear from our political correspondent. And, there is a general election in Australia but are voters more concerned about which polling station has the best sausage sizzle than who will run the country?

(Photo: Military graves at the Thiepval memorial to the Missing in France. Credit: Gareth Fuller/Getty Images)

Centenary Of The Battle Of The Somme20160701

Commemorations are being held in northern France to remember the more than a million French, British and German soldiers killed in one of the bloodiest encounters of World War One. Also, what now for British politics, as a prospective candidate for the leader of the ruling Conservative party, Michael Gove makes the first speech of his campaign. We hear from our political correspondent. And, there is a general election in Australia but are voters more concerned about which polling station has the best sausage sizzle than who will run the country?

(Photo: Military graves at the Thiepval memorial to the Missing in France. Credit: Gareth Fuller/Getty Images)

'chaos' In Sharm As Stranded Passengers Fly Home20151106

Security is tight as airlines start to bring back passengers from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh, with reports of chaotic scenes inside the terminal. Also, Burma prepares to go to the polls, powerful storm creates 'tsunami cloud' over Sydney, and the all-African under-17 World Cup final.

(Photo: Passengers wait in Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt. Credit: AFP)

'chaos' In Sharm As Stranded Passengers Fly Home20151106

Security is tight as airlines start to bring back passengers from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh, with reports of chaotic scenes inside the terminal. Also, Burma prepares to go to the polls, powerful storm creates 'tsunami cloud' over Sydney, and the all-African under-17 World Cup final.

(Photo: Passengers wait in Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt. Credit: AFP)

Charlotte Shooting: State Of Emergency Declared20160922

Violent protests continue in North Carolina after the police killing of a black man. We get the latest from a local reporter in Charlotte, where a state of emergency has been declared.

Also in the programme: Details of an alleged chemical attack by Islamic State militants in Iraq; our correspondent in Indian-administered Kashmir gives us an insight into life under curfew; and the six-year-old who wrote to US President Obama.

Photo: Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers and protesters. Credit: AP

Charlotte Shooting: State Of Emergency Declared20160922

Violent protests continue in North Carolina after the police killing of a black man. We get the latest from a local reporter in Charlotte, where a state of emergency has been declared.

Also in the programme: Details of an alleged chemical attack by Islamic State militants in Iraq; our correspondent in Indian-administered Kashmir gives us an insight into life under curfew; and the six-year-old who wrote to US President Obama.

Photo: Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers and protesters. Credit: AP

Chernobyl Disaster - Ukraine Marks 30th Anniversary20160426

Commemorations to mark 30 years since the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl; Conclusions reached in Hillsborough inquest; Museum fire in Delhi.

Picture: A woman holds a portrait of her relative, a victim of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, as she visits the memorial during a commemoration ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine, April 26, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Chernobyl Disaster - Ukraine Marks 30th Anniversary20160426

Commemorations to mark 30 years since the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl; Conclusions reached in Hillsborough inquest; Museum fire in Delhi.

Picture: A woman holds a portrait of her relative, a victim of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, as she visits the memorial during a commemoration ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine, April 26, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Chibok Girls: 21 Freed20161013

More than 250 girls were kidnapped in 2014 in northeastern Nigeria. Now, the government says 21 have been rescued.

Also today, German prison officials say Syrian bomb suspect Jaber Albakr hanged himself in prison using his shirt.

And we test out the new PlayStation VR headset.

(Photo: A freed Chibok girl is comforted by the wife of Nigeria's vice-president. Credit: PHILIP OJISUA/AFP/Getty Images)

Chibok Girls: 21 Freed20161013

More than 250 girls were kidnapped in 2014 in northeastern Nigeria. Now, the government says 21 have been rescued.

Also today, German prison officials say Syrian bomb suspect Jaber Albakr hanged himself in prison using his shirt.

And we test out the new PlayStation VR headset.

(Photo: A freed Chibok girl is comforted by the wife of Nigeria's vice-president. Credit: PHILIP OJISUA/AFP/Getty Images)

Chicago Cubs End 108-year Wait For World Series Win20161103

The Chicago Cubs have won Major League Baseball's World Series, ending the longest title drought in the game. We'll get reaction from fans in the US.

Also in the programme: Reaction to the Brexit court defeat for the UK government, the latest from Kenya, where police have clashed with anti-corruption protestors in Nairobi, and a powerful open letter to FBI director from US teen at the centre of the email scandal.

(Photo: Cubs celebrate World Series win. Credit: Reuters)

Chicago Cubs End 108-year Wait For World Series Win20161103

The Chicago Cubs have won Major League Baseball's World Series, ending the longest title drought in the game. We'll get reaction from fans in the US.

Also in the programme: Reaction to the Brexit court defeat for the UK government, the latest from Kenya, where police have clashed with anti-corruption protestors in Nairobi, and a powerful open letter to FBI director from US teen at the centre of the email scandal.

(Photo: Cubs celebrate World Series win. Credit: Reuters)

Chilcot Report Published20160706

The long-awaited inquiry into Britain's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq is published by Sir John Chilcot. We take his announcement live. What will he conclude about the decision to go to war, the intelligence failures, the military intervention and the aftermath?

Chilcot Report Published20160706

The long-awaited inquiry into Britain's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq is published by Sir John Chilcot. We take his announcement live. What will he conclude about the decision to go to war, the intelligence failures, the military intervention and the aftermath?

China Cuts Currency Value Again20150812

Global markets take another jolt after second Chinese devaluation, ceasefire for three Syrian cities, Indian authorities sue Nestle over Maggi noodles, snow in Australia's capital. (Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images.)

China Cuts Interest Rates Amid Market Turmoil20150825

China cuts its main interest rate to boost growth in its economy, after two days of stock market turmoil. Fire fighters in the United States are battling some of the worst wildfires in Washington state. The first images are posted online of the destruction of an ancient temple in Palmyra by Islamic State militants. And, tributes are paid to British IndyCar driver Justin Wilson who died after being struck by flying debris.

(Photo: A man is reflected on a display showing stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo. Credit: Reuters)

China Explosion: Residents Seek Compensation20150817

Egypt's new terror laws, deadline for South Sudan peace talks, Sri Lanka general election, Chinese Harry Potter.

(Photo: Residents of Tianjin hold banners and placards in protest for compensation, Credit: AP)

China Issues New Smog Red Alert20151218

China issues its second red alert over pollution, warning of hazardous smog across a vast swathe of the country. Also in the programme: Pope Francis recognises a second Mother Teresa 'miracle', clearing the way for the nun to be made a saint next year and Rwandans vote in a referendum on allowing a third presidential term for Paul Kagame.

(Photo: Heavy pollution hangs in the air over Shanghai. Credit: AFP)

China Military Reforms: Cyber Warfare Key Component20160513

The five year plan is a radical overhaul of the world's largest army, with Chinese military officials saying they will have armed forces capable of cyber warfare by 2020. The Lebanese militant group Hezbollah's top commander in Syria, Mustafa Badreddine, has been killed in Damascus, we hear from Lebanon and Israel. And is today - Friday 13th - the unluckiest day of the year?

(Image: A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits. Credit: Edgar Su/Reuters)

China Police Clash With Wukan Villagers20160913

Scores of Chinese riot police attempt to silence protests in the village of Wukan. We speak to our BBC Chinese Service here in London and get the latest from the Associated Press correspondent in China.

Also, the latest on the arrests of three Syrian men in Germany suspected of being sent by so-called Islamic State to launch attacks, in-depth report on Yemen conflict, and the Aboriginal man who came up with the 'perfect response' to racism.

(Photo: Villagers protest in Chinese village of Wukan, June 2016. Credit: Reuters)

China To End One-child Policy20151029

China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy. All couples will now be allowed to have two children, the state-run Xinhua news agency reports, citing a statement from the Communist Party. Also in the programme: Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, whose flogging sentence caused an outcry, is awarded the European Parliament's Sakharov human rights prize. Plus the winners and losers of the latest Republican debate and Google's Project Loon.

(Photo: An elderly couple feed their great-grandson in Zhejiang province, China. Credit: Reuters)

Civilians Flee Mosul20161019

Aid agencies say thousands are heading to refugee camps in Syria where conditions are 'desperate'.

Also today - President Putin heads to Germany for 'last chance' to reboot the Ukraine peace accord.

And the Chinese actors' divorce that's gripping the nation.

(Photo: Iraqi civilians flee fighting close to Mosul. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Civilians Flee Mosul20161019

Aid agencies say thousands are heading to refugee camps in Syria where conditions are 'desperate'.

Also today - President Putin heads to Germany for 'last chance' to reboot the Ukraine peace accord.

And the Chinese actors' divorce that's gripping the nation.

(Photo: Iraqi civilians flee fighting close to Mosul. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Claims Is Involved In Jet Crash 'propaganda'20151103

Egypt's President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi rejects claims that militants linked to Islamic State brought down a Russian jet. We speak to our correspondents in Cairo and Moscow. Also in the programme: the latest on the Oscar Pistorius appeal hearing, the rare cyclone bearing down on Yemen and the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup.

(Photo: Wreckage of Russian airliner in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Credit: AFP)

Claims Is Involved In Jet Crash 'propaganda'20151103

Egypt's President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi rejects claims that militants linked to Islamic State brought down a Russian jet. We speak to our correspondents in Cairo and Moscow. Also in the programme: the latest on the Oscar Pistorius appeal hearing, the rare cyclone bearing down on Yemen and the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup.

(Photo: Wreckage of Russian airliner in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Credit: AFP)

Climate Talks Extended20151211

Deadline for climate change talks has been pushed back to Saturday. One of China's wealthiest men has disappeared. Also on the programme: Obesity is the biggest threat to women's health in Britain and we get reaction to Michel Platini's failure to get his suspension from football lifted.

(Photo: An illustration picture showing a draft for the outcome of the COP21 conference on climate change next to the logo of the summit. Credit: AFP)

Climate Talks Extended20151211

Deadline for climate change talks has been pushed back to Saturday. One of China's wealthiest men has disappeared. Also on the programme: Obesity is the biggest threat to women's health in Britain and we get reaction to Michel Platini's failure to get his suspension from football lifted.

(Photo: An illustration picture showing a draft for the outcome of the COP21 conference on climate change next to the logo of the summit. Credit: AFP)

Clinton And Cruz Win Iowa20160202

The conservative senator, Ted Cruz, has defeated Donald Trump in the Iowa Republican caucus -- the first public vote in the US presidential race. In the Democratic contest, Hillary Clinton claimed victory by the narrowest margin. We bring you the latest from Iowa. Also: why it's a historic day for Britain and the EU, reporting from the front lines in Benghazi, and an Indian minister's idea to end selective sex abortion.

(Photo: Staff and volunteers of the Hillary Clinton Burlington, Iowa campaign cheer as she speaks on TV. Credit: Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images)

Clinton And Cruz Win Iowa20160202

The conservative senator, Ted Cruz, has defeated Donald Trump in the Iowa Republican caucus -- the first public vote in the US presidential race. In the Democratic contest, Hillary Clinton claimed victory by the narrowest margin. We bring you the latest from Iowa. Also: why it's a historic day for Britain and the EU, reporting from the front lines in Benghazi, and an Indian minister's idea to end selective sex abortion.

(Photo: Staff and volunteers of the Hillary Clinton Burlington, Iowa campaign cheer as she speaks on TV. Credit: Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images)

Concerns Over Eu-turkey Migrant Plans20160308

Concerns are raised over a EU-Turkey plan to ease the migrant crisis; MH370 unresolved two years on; Tennis player Sharapova fails drugs test; a partial eclipse hits Southeast Asia.

(Photo: A migrant woman leans on the border gate at the northern Greek border station of Idomeni. Credit: AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Concerns Over Eu-turkey Migrant Plans20160308

Concerns are raised over a EU-Turkey plan to ease the migrant crisis; MH370 unresolved two years on; Tennis player Sharapova fails drugs test; a partial eclipse hits Southeast Asia.

(Photo: A migrant woman leans on the border gate at the northern Greek border station of Idomeni. Credit: AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Could China Become A Football Super Power?20160411

The Chinese government has revealed an ambitious plan to be a world football super power by 2050 with more than 60,000 football grounds built or renovated in the next six years. Also, a ceasefire in Yemen aimed at ending the year-long conflict but there are reports of fighting in several places, we hear from Sanaa. And the Boston Globe tells why they decided to write that imaginary Donald Trump story.

(Image: FIFA Marketing Director Thierry Weil, FIFA Vice-President David Chung, the chairman of Dalian Wanda Group Wang Jianlin and the first vice president of the Football Association of the People"s Republic of China Zhang Jian. Credit: Reuters/Damir Sagolj)

Could China Become A Football Super Power?20160411

The Chinese government has revealed an ambitious plan to be a world football super power by 2050 with more than 60,000 football grounds built or renovated in the next six years. Also, a ceasefire in Yemen aimed at ending the year-long conflict but there are reports of fighting in several places, we hear from Sanaa. And the Boston Globe tells why they decided to write that imaginary Donald Trump story.

(Image: FIFA Marketing Director Thierry Weil, FIFA Vice-President David Chung, the chairman of Dalian Wanda Group Wang Jianlin and the first vice president of the Football Association of the People"s Republic of China Zhang Jian. Credit: Reuters/Damir Sagolj)

Countdown To Rio Olympics Opening Ceremony20160805

We hear from our correspondent in Rio de Janeiro as the Olympic torch makes its way to the Maracana Stadium for the formal start to the Games. But security along the route is tight to prevent disruption by protesters angry at the cost of the competition.

Final results are expected in South Africa's local elections, with predictions that the governing African National Congress has lost its majority in key cities.

And upset teachers in Russia after Prime Minister Medvedev tells them if they're unhappy with their low pay, they should leave their jobs.

(Image: Former Brazilian volleyball player Isabel Barroso holds the Olympic torch next to Christ the Redeemer statue Credit: Reuters/Pilar Olivares)

Countdown To Rio Olympics Opening Ceremony20160805

We hear from our correspondent in Rio de Janeiro as the Olympic torch makes its way to the Maracana Stadium for the formal start to the Games. But security along the route is tight to prevent disruption by protesters angry at the cost of the competition.

Final results are expected in South Africa's local elections, with predictions that the governing African National Congress has lost its majority in key cities.

And upset teachers in Russia after Prime Minister Medvedev tells them if they're unhappy with their low pay, they should leave their jobs.

(Image: Former Brazilian volleyball player Isabel Barroso holds the Olympic torch next to Christ the Redeemer statue Credit: Reuters/Pilar Olivares)

Coup In Burkina Faso20150917

Sporadic gunfire in Burkina Faso capital after president detained; GOP Debate - winners and losers; British Jihadi complains; spoof rugby Haka upsets New Zealanders. (Photo: ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Coup In Burkina Faso20150917

Sporadic gunfire in Burkina Faso capital after president detained; GOP Debate - winners and losers; British Jihadi complains; spoof rugby Haka upsets New Zealanders. (Photo: ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Court Upholds Ban On Russian Athletes20160721

Russian athletes dismayed after court ruling - and the whole Russian team could now be banned from Rio. Also today - #PrayForSyria trends worldwide after dozens of civilians killed near Manbij, northern Syria. And - could keeping a chicken next to your bed help prevent malaria? (Photo: Pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva. Credit: Reuters.)

Court Upholds Ban On Russian Athletes20160721

Russian athletes dismayed after court ruling - and the whole Russian team could now be banned from Rio. Also today - #PrayForSyria trends worldwide after dozens of civilians killed near Manbij, northern Syria. And - could keeping a chicken next to your bed help prevent malaria? (Photo: Pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva. Credit: Reuters.)

Croatia Closes Border Crossings20150918

Migrants and refugees stranded as more borders close; Rugby World Cup starts today; Sepp Blatter "won't leave Switzerland"; Russian troops say they've been told to go to Syria. (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Croatia Closes Border Crossings20150918

Migrants and refugees stranded as more borders close; Rugby World Cup starts today; Sepp Blatter "won't leave Switzerland"; Russian troops say they've been told to go to Syria. (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Crucial Global Climate Talks Begin In Paris20151130

Negotiators from 195 countries will try to reach a deal within two weeks aimed at reducing global carbon emissions, the French Foreign minister, and President of COP 21, Laurent Fabius says success is within reach. The Pope has has visited a mosque in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic at the end of his African tour. And an ode to Kobe Bryant, as the world renowned basketball player announces his retirement, we have our own poem in dedication to him.

(Photo: View of a balloon representing the Earth during the Global Climate March in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Credit: AFP/ Getty Images/Nelson Almeidanelson Almeida)

Crucial Global Climate Talks Begin In Paris20151130

Negotiators from 195 countries will try to reach a deal within two weeks aimed at reducing global carbon emissions, the French Foreign minister, and President of COP 21, Laurent Fabius says success is within reach. The Pope has has visited a mosque in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic at the end of his African tour. And an ode to Kobe Bryant, as the world renowned basketball player announces his retirement, we have our own poem in dedication to him.

(Photo: View of a balloon representing the Earth during the Global Climate March in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Credit: AFP/ Getty Images/Nelson Almeidanelson Almeida)

Dallas Police Killed In Attack On Protest March20160708

At least five Dallas police officers killed by sniper fire. The attack took place as a rally was held against police violence. Several people are in custody. Also today: we're talking to veteran Middle East correspondent Jim Muir as he leaves the BBC. (Photo: AP)

Dallas Police Killed In Attack On Protest March20160708

At least five Dallas police officers killed by sniper fire. The attack took place as a rally was held against police violence. Several people are in custody. Also today: we're talking to veteran Middle East correspondent Jim Muir as he leaves the BBC. (Photo: AP)

David Cameron Departs20160713

David Cameron applauded by MPs in his last parliamentary appearance before handing to his successor, Theresa May. How will the UK's second female prime minister handle Brexit? We're live in Westminster. Plus - China claims right to air defence zone in the South China Sea. And Jennifer Aniston is 'fed up'.

David Cameron Departs20160713

David Cameron applauded by MPs in his last parliamentary appearance before handing to his successor, Theresa May. How will the UK's second female prime minister handle Brexit? We're live in Westminster. Plus - China claims right to air defence zone in the South China Sea. And Jennifer Aniston is 'fed up'.

Deadly Attacks In Jakarta20160114

A series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, with gun battles on the streets. Liberia is declared Ebola free, more violence in Turkey's Diyarbakir province and the Bring Back Our Girls campaign in Nigeria marches to the presidential residence to demand those still missing be found.

(Photo: A police officer gives a hand signal to a squad mate as they search a building near the site of an explosion in Jakarta. Credit: AP /Tatan Syuflana)

Deadly Attacks In Jakarta20160114

A series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, with gun battles on the streets. Liberia is declared Ebola free, more violence in Turkey's Diyarbakir province and the Bring Back Our Girls campaign in Nigeria marches to the presidential residence to demand those still missing be found.

(Photo: A police officer gives a hand signal to a squad mate as they search a building near the site of an explosion in Jakarta. Credit: AP /Tatan Syuflana)

Deadly Blast Targets Istanbul Police20160607

Blast hits police bus in Istanbul rush hour. Also, has Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic Party nomination? Our guide to Euro 2016 begins. And, how Norway is educating asylum seekers on rape prevention.

(Photo: A wreckage of a police bus. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Deadly Blast Targets Istanbul Police20160607

Blast hits police bus in Istanbul rush hour. Also, has Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic Party nomination? Our guide to Euro 2016 begins. And, how Norway is educating asylum seekers on rape prevention.

(Photo: A wreckage of a police bus. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Deadly Bombing In Ankara20160218

Turkey accuses Syrian Kurds of a deadly attack in Ankara; Uganda goes to the polls to vote for a new leader and the front page of a Polish magazine causing controversy over the migrant crisis.

(Photo: Family members of victims comfort each other outside the medical forensics site in Ankara, Turkey, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016. Credit: AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Deadly Bombing In Ankara20160218

Turkey accuses Syrian Kurds of a deadly attack in Ankara; Uganda goes to the polls to vote for a new leader and the front page of a Polish magazine causing controversy over the migrant crisis.

(Photo: Family members of victims comfort each other outside the medical forensics site in Ankara, Turkey, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016. Credit: AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Afghanistan And Pakistan20151026

WHO: bacon and ham cancer link, Comic elected Guatemala president, China's 5 year plan

(Picture: Residents among their collapsed houses in Pakistan, near the Afghan border, Credit: EPA)

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Afghanistan And Pakistan20151026

WHO: bacon and ham cancer link, Comic elected Guatemala president, China's 5 year plan

(Picture: Residents among their collapsed houses in Pakistan, near the Afghan border, Credit: EPA)

Deadly Explosions In China20150813

Death toll rises after China blasts, deadly truck bomb in Baghdad, migrant crisis on Greek island of Kos.

(Photo: A man looks at smoke pluming from the explosion site in Binhai new district in Tianjin, China. Credit: Damir Sagolj/Reauters)

Deadly Explosions In China20150813

Death toll rises after China blasts, deadly truck bomb in Baghdad, migrant crisis on Greek island of Kos.

(Photo: A man looks at smoke pluming from the explosion site in Binhai new district in Tianjin, China. Credit: Damir Sagolj/Reauters)

Deadly Knife Attack At German Station20160510

Police investigate a possible Islamist connection to a knife attack in Munich, in which one man was killed and three others were wounded. Also in the programme: BBC investigation into thousands of drowned migrants in unmarked graves, #JusticeForAditya in India, and why singer Meghan Trainor pulled her latest music video.

(Photo: Munich station. Credit: APTN)

Deadly Knife Attack At German Station20160510

Police investigate a possible Islamist connection to a knife attack in Munich, in which one man was killed and three others were wounded. Also in the programme: BBC investigation into thousands of drowned migrants in unmarked graves, #JusticeForAditya in India, and why singer Meghan Trainor pulled her latest music video.

(Photo: Munich station. Credit: APTN)

Deadly Suicide Attack In Kabul20160419

Huge blast in central Kabul; Houston floods; And the woman who hacked the Pentagon.

Deadly Suicide Attack In Kabul20160419

Huge blast in central Kabul; Houston floods; And the woman who hacked the Pentagon.

Denmark Votes On New Migrant Law20160126

The Danish parliament is meeting to vote on proposals whether to confiscate valuables from refugees, in order to cover some of the costs of their upkeep. The new law would also increase the time asylum-seekers have to wait before they can be joined by their families outside Denmark. We go to Copenhagen for the details. Also on the programme: At least a dozen people are missing following a landslide at a jade mine in Myanmar, why Apple's iPhone sales could be in decline, and latest on the Lassa fever outbreak in Nigeria.

(Photo: The Danish parliament building in Copenhagen. Credit: Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images.)

Denmark Votes On New Migrant Law20160126

The Danish parliament is meeting to vote on proposals whether to confiscate valuables from refugees, in order to cover some of the costs of their upkeep. The new law would also increase the time asylum-seekers have to wait before they can be joined by their families outside Denmark. We go to Copenhagen for the details. Also on the programme: At least a dozen people are missing following a landslide at a jade mine in Myanmar, why Apple's iPhone sales could be in decline, and latest on the Lassa fever outbreak in Nigeria.

(Photo: The Danish parliament building in Copenhagen. Credit: Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images.)

Deteriorating Conditions And New Routes For Refugees20150911

Why Syrians are risking a much longer sea crossing to Greece; Also - we're inside Cizre; #Boomgate; Does the IRA still exist? (Photo: Refugees cross to Greece. Credit: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images.)

Deteriorating Conditions And New Routes For Refugees20150911

Why Syrians are risking a much longer sea crossing to Greece; Also - we're inside Cizre; #Boomgate; Does the IRA still exist? (Photo: Refugees cross to Greece. Credit: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images.)

Disaster Drought In Zimbabwe20160205

Zimbabwe has declared a state of disaster across much of the country because of a severe drought. It has been experiencing abnormally low rainfall since last year. Drought isn't confined to Zimbabwe as Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in decades, with more than ten million people needing emergency aid. We will get updates on the miners who are unaccounted for in South Africa after the Lily Mine in Mpumalanga's Nkomazi area collapsed on Friday morning. Also, tributes are being paid to Maurice White, the founder of the seventies soul group Earth Wind and Fire who has died at his home in Los Angeles.

(Photo: A donkey searches for water at a dry borehole in rural Masvingo, Zimbabwe Credit: Reuters)

Disaster Drought In Zimbabwe20160205

Zimbabwe has declared a state of disaster across much of the country because of a severe drought. It has been experiencing abnormally low rainfall since last year. Drought isn't confined to Zimbabwe as Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in decades, with more than ten million people needing emergency aid. We will get updates on the miners who are unaccounted for in South Africa after the Lily Mine in Mpumalanga's Nkomazi area collapsed on Friday morning. Also, tributes are being paid to Maurice White, the founder of the seventies soul group Earth Wind and Fire who has died at his home in Los Angeles.

(Photo: A donkey searches for water at a dry borehole in rural Masvingo, Zimbabwe Credit: Reuters)

Dozens Killed In France Bus Crash20151023

More than 40 people - most of tehm pensioners - die in a collision between a bus and a truck in south-west France. It's the worst French road disaster since 1982. Also in the programme: Angry protests in South Africa ahead of a meeting between President Zuma and university leaders, the strongest hurricane recorded in the Western hemisphere bears down on Mexico's Pacific coast and two sisters reunited in Ireland after four decades.

(Photo: Aerial photo of wreckage after deadly collision in France. Credit: Associated Press)

Dozens Killed In France Bus Crash20151023

More than 40 people - most of tehm pensioners - die in a collision between a bus and a truck in south-west France. It's the worst French road disaster since 1982. Also in the programme: Angry protests in South Africa ahead of a meeting between President Zuma and university leaders, the strongest hurricane recorded in the Western hemisphere bears down on Mexico's Pacific coast and two sisters reunited in Ireland after four decades.

(Photo: Aerial photo of wreckage after deadly collision in France. Credit: Associated Press)

Drowned Migrant Boy Alan Kurdi Buried In Syria20150904

The bodies of Alan Kurdi, his elder brother and mother are buried in Kobane, Syria. Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK will accept 'thousands' more Syrian refugees, while in Hungary, hundreds of refugees remain locked in a stalemate with authorities. And, the International Olympic Committee announces a $2m fund to be made available to National Olympic Committees for programmes focused on refugees.

(Photo: People attend the funeral of Alan Kurdi during a funeral in Kobane, Syria. Credit: EPA)

Drowned Migrant Boy Alan Kurdi Buried In Syria20150904

The bodies of Alan Kurdi, his elder brother and mother are buried in Kobane, Syria. Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK will accept 'thousands' more Syrian refugees, while in Hungary, hundreds of refugees remain locked in a stalemate with authorities. And, the International Olympic Committee announces a $2m fund to be made available to National Olympic Committees for programmes focused on refugees.

(Photo: People attend the funeral of Alan Kurdi during a funeral in Kobane, Syria. Credit: EPA)

Duterte Says He Regrets Obama Controversy20160906

US President Barack Obama has refused to meet his Philippine counterpart at the ASEAN summit in Laos, over a personal insult. Mr Duterte has expressed regret through his spokesman. We hear from Amnesty International researcher Rachel Chhoa-Howard about the real issues behind the diplomatic spat.

Also: A Black Lives Matter activist tells us why protestors chained themselves on a London airport runway; emotions run high in Pristina after Kosovo's football team scores its first goal in an international competition; we go live to our reporter Lucy Grey, on board an MSF rescue ship on the Mediterranean; and could an app help people at risk of 'disappearing' in police custody in Egypt?

(Photo: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (left). US President Barack Obama (right). Credits: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images (left); Lintao Zhang/Getty Images (right).

Duterte Says He Regrets Obama Controversy20160906

US President Barack Obama has refused to meet his Philippine counterpart at the ASEAN summit in Laos, over a personal insult. Mr Duterte has expressed regret through his spokesman. We hear from Amnesty International researcher Rachel Chhoa-Howard about the real issues behind the diplomatic spat.

Also: A Black Lives Matter activist tells us why protestors chained themselves on a London airport runway; emotions run high in Pristina after Kosovo's football team scores its first goal in an international competition; we go live to our reporter Lucy Grey, on board an MSF rescue ship on the Mediterranean; and could an app help people at risk of 'disappearing' in police custody in Egypt?

(Photo: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (left). US President Barack Obama (right). Credits: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images (left); Lintao Zhang/Getty Images (right).

Ecuador Earthquake: Search Continues For Survivors20160418

Teams from Switzerland, Spain and several Latin American countries have arrived in Ecuador to help search for survivors of Saturday's earthquake which killed more than 270 people. With quakes in Japan also last week, are they connected? We also ask what next for Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff after Congress votes to impeach her. And a bizarre apology video from US actor Johnny Depp and his wife to the Australian people.

(Photo: Manta, Ecuador, a day after a powerful 7.8-magnitude quake hit the country. Credit: Luis Acosta/AFP/Getty Images)

Ecuador Earthquake: Search Continues For Survivors20160418

Teams from Switzerland, Spain and several Latin American countries have arrived in Ecuador to help search for survivors of Saturday's earthquake which killed more than 270 people. With quakes in Japan also last week, are they connected? We also ask what next for Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff after Congress votes to impeach her. And a bizarre apology video from US actor Johnny Depp and his wife to the Australian people.

(Photo: Manta, Ecuador, a day after a powerful 7.8-magnitude quake hit the country. Credit: Luis Acosta/AFP/Getty Images)

Egypt Plane Hijacked20160329

Egyptair flight lands in Cyprus after being hijacked; Latest after attacks in Brussels and Lahore; The British holidaymaker rescued after swimming in pursuit of her cruise liner.

(Photo: A hijacked Egypt Air A320 airbus stands on the runway at Larnaca Airport in Cyprus. Credit: Yiannis Kourtoglou/Reuters)

Egypt Plane Hijacked20160329

Egyptair flight lands in Cyprus after being hijacked; Latest after attacks in Brussels and Lahore; The British holidaymaker rescued after swimming in pursuit of her cruise liner.

(Photo: A hijacked Egypt Air A320 airbus stands on the runway at Larnaca Airport in Cyprus. Credit: Yiannis Kourtoglou/Reuters)

Egyptian Military Kills Tourists By Accident20150914

The Egyptian authorities say a dozen people -- including Mexican tourists -- have been accidentally killed by security forces in the country's Western Desert. We go to Cairo for the details, and get the Mexican reaction from BBC Mundo. Also in the programme: we go to Germany, Greece and Lebanon for the latest on the migrant crisis, and speak to the Australian dad who infiltrated a Chinese drug gang.

(Photo: Map of Egypt. Credit: BBC)

Egyptian Military Kills Tourists By Accident20150914

The Egyptian authorities say a dozen people -- including Mexican tourists -- have been accidentally killed by security forces in the country's Western Desert. We go to Cairo for the details, and get the Mexican reaction from BBC Mundo. Also in the programme: we go to Germany, Greece and Lebanon for the latest on the migrant crisis, and speak to the Australian dad who infiltrated a Chinese drug gang.

(Photo: Map of Egypt. Credit: BBC)

Egyptian Military Says Debris Found20160520

Investigation intensifies as EgyptAir plane found. Also - India's hottest day ever. Taiwan's first female president inaugurated. And planned military exercises in Venezuela raise the tension still further. (Photo: EgyptAir's Twitter picture is changed to black. Credit: Twitter/EgyptAir)

Egyptian Military Says Debris Found20160520

Investigation intensifies as EgyptAir plane found. Also - India's hottest day ever. Taiwan's first female president inaugurated. And planned military exercises in Venezuela raise the tension still further. (Photo: EgyptAir's Twitter picture is changed to black. Credit: Twitter/EgyptAir)

Emergency Cabinet Meeting In Turkey20160720

President Erdogan convenes emergency meeting of security cabinet following failed military coup. Also, the difficulties of reporting events in Kashmir. And - support for right-wing commentator banned from Twitter over Leslie Jones comments. (Photo: Reuters)

Emergency Cabinet Meeting In Turkey20160720

President Erdogan convenes emergency meeting of security cabinet following failed military coup. Also, the difficulties of reporting events in Kashmir. And - support for right-wing commentator banned from Twitter over Leslie Jones comments. (Photo: Reuters)

Erdogan In Brussels For Migrant Talks20151005

Turkey's president holds key talks with EU officials in Brussels on the migrant crisis - plus what it's like to be a Syrian refugee in Turkey, schools reopen in Kenya after teachers' strike and Nobel Prize awarded for anti-parasite drug discoveries.

(Photo: Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the Royal Palace in Brussels. Credit: AFP)

Erdogan In Brussels For Migrant Talks20151005

Turkey's president holds key talks with EU officials in Brussels on the migrant crisis - plus what it's like to be a Syrian refugee in Turkey, schools reopen in Kenya after teachers' strike and Nobel Prize awarded for anti-parasite drug discoveries.

(Photo: Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrives at the Royal Palace in Brussels. Credit: AFP)

Eritrean 'people Smuggler' On Trial In Italy20161122

Authorities say he is one of the world's most-wanted people smugglers, but the Eritrean on trial says he is not the man they want. Medhanie Yehdego Mered says he is the victim of a case of mistaken identity.

Also, BBC reporter Akbar Hussain gets inside a camp in southern Bangladesh for displaced Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar. A BBC interview with Delhi's chief minister Arvind Kejriwal goes viral after some angry responses to questions about the country's cash crisis. And, as part of the 100 Women season, we meet Ieshia Evans who stood alone, in a flowing dress, confronting riot police in Baton Rouge during a Black Live Matters protest.

(Photo: The man presented as Medhanie Yehdego Mered after extradition from Sudan to Italy on 6 June. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Eritrean 'people Smuggler' On Trial In Italy20161122

Authorities say he is one of the world's most-wanted people smugglers, but the Eritrean on trial says he is not the man they want. Medhanie Yehdego Mered says he is the victim of a case of mistaken identity.

Also, BBC reporter Akbar Hussain gets inside a camp in southern Bangladesh for displaced Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar. A BBC interview with Delhi's chief minister Arvind Kejriwal goes viral after some angry responses to questions about the country's cash crisis. And, as part of the 100 Women season, we meet Ieshia Evans who stood alone, in a flowing dress, confronting riot police in Baton Rouge during a Black Live Matters protest.

(Photo: The man presented as Medhanie Yehdego Mered after extradition from Sudan to Italy on 6 June. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Eu Parliament To Vote On Turkey20161124

EU legislators are expected to hold a non-binding vote on membership talks with Turkey. Also, allegations of sex abuse in UK football; BBC correspondent James Longman speaks about covering the war in Syria, and about one boy, Omar in Madaya; BBC Weather explains how Hurricane Otto is nearing the coasts of Costa Rica and Nicaragua; plus safety concerns over dating apps.

(Photo: EU and Turkish flags. Credit: Murad Sezer/Reuters)

Eu Parliament To Vote On Turkey20161124

EU legislators are expected to hold a non-binding vote on membership talks with Turkey. Also, allegations of sex abuse in UK football; BBC correspondent James Longman speaks about covering the war in Syria, and about one boy, Omar in Madaya; BBC Weather explains how Hurricane Otto is nearing the coasts of Costa Rica and Nicaragua; plus safety concerns over dating apps.

(Photo: EU and Turkish flags. Credit: Murad Sezer/Reuters)

Eu Ponder Border Security In Wake Of Paris Attacks20151120

European Union interior ministers are meeting in Brussels to consider tightening border controls after it emerged the suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks travelled from Syria to France undetected. Sounds of gunfire and automatic weapons in the Malian capital Bamako as gunmen attack an international hotel, it's believed there are a number of hostages. And British singer Adele releases her long awaited third album, '25'.

(Photo: German and French police officers stand guard at bridge border. Credit: AFP/Frederick Florin/Getty Images)

Eu Ponder Border Security In Wake Of Paris Attacks20151120

European Union interior ministers are meeting in Brussels to consider tightening border controls after it emerged the suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks travelled from Syria to France undetected. Sounds of gunfire and automatic weapons in the Malian capital Bamako as gunmen attack an international hotel, it's believed there are a number of hostages. And British singer Adele releases her long awaited third album, '25'.

(Photo: German and French police officers stand guard at bridge border. Credit: AFP/Frederick Florin/Getty Images)

Eu Referendum: David Cameron Sets Out His Demands20151110

Prime Minister David Cameron says the reforms he is seeking to Britain's EU membership are achievable, as he prepares to formally publish his list of demands. Also in the programme: Report on the devastating drought in Ethiopia, SeaWorld to phase out its controversial killer whale displays, and #ModiMania.

(Photo: File image of UK Prime Minister David Cameron. Credit: AFP)

Eu Referendum: David Cameron Sets Out His Demands20151110

Prime Minister David Cameron says the reforms he is seeking to Britain's EU membership are achievable, as he prepares to formally publish his list of demands. Also in the programme: Report on the devastating drought in Ethiopia, SeaWorld to phase out its controversial killer whale displays, and #ModiMania.

(Photo: File image of UK Prime Minister David Cameron. Credit: AFP)

Eu Responds To Migrant Crisis20150909

European Commission calls on EU member states to accept 120 more thousand refugees; Queen Elizabeth becomes longest reigning monarch in British history; Apple to launch new products

(Photo: President of European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker. Credit: Reuters)

Eu Responds To Migrant Crisis20150909

European Commission calls on EU member states to accept 120 more thousand refugees; Queen Elizabeth becomes longest reigning monarch in British history; Apple to launch new products

(Photo: President of European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker. Credit: Reuters)

Euro 2016: Security Tight Ahead Of Russia Match20160615

Security is stepped up in the French city of Lille as England and Russia fans gather for Euro 2016 matches. Violence between fans marred Saturday's game and Russia has received a suspended disqualification from the tournament. Also, why Orlando gunman's wife may face charges, and the latest from the E3 gaming conference.

(Photo: French police carrying guns in Lille. Credit: EPA)

Euro 2016: Security Tight Ahead Of Russia Match20160615

Security is stepped up in the French city of Lille as England and Russia fans gather for Euro 2016 matches. Violence between fans marred Saturday's game and Russia has received a suspended disqualification from the tournament. Also, why Orlando gunman's wife may face charges, and the latest from the E3 gaming conference.

(Photo: French police carrying guns in Lille. Credit: EPA)

Europe Migrant Crisis Summit20150827

Angela Merkel at Western Balkans migrant summit in Vienna, media criticised over Virginia shootings coverage, you can't celebrate your birthday in public in Tajikistan. (Photo: Dmitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images.)

Europe Migrant Crisis Summit20150827

Angela Merkel at Western Balkans migrant summit in Vienna, media criticised over Virginia shootings coverage, you can't celebrate your birthday in public in Tajikistan. (Photo: Dmitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images.)

Europe's Migrant Crisis20151210

We reflect on the latest with the migration crisis across Europe, as a mother and seven children die crossing the Aegean sea. Also on the programme: #ChauChristina as Argentina gets a new president, Bollywood star Salman Khan has his hit and run conviction overturned and we are live in Riyadh for more on the Syria talks.

(Photo: A blind Palestinian refugee from Aleppo, rests on a beach moments after arriving by dinghy on the Greek island of Kos, crossing a part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece. Credit: Reuters/Yannis Behrakis)

Europe's Migrant Crisis20151210

We reflect on the latest with the migration crisis across Europe, as a mother and seven children die crossing the Aegean sea. Also on the programme: #ChauChristina as Argentina gets a new president, Bollywood star Salman Khan has his hit and run conviction overturned and we are live in Riyadh for more on the Syria talks.

(Photo: A blind Palestinian refugee from Aleppo, rests on a beach moments after arriving by dinghy on the Greek island of Kos, crossing a part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece. Credit: Reuters/Yannis Behrakis)

Eu-turkey Emergency Summit On Migrant Crisis20160307

EU and Turkish leaders hold an emergency summit to try and agree a definitive plan to stem the flow of migrants into Europe. We hear from Brussels, the Macedonia-Greek border, Turkey and Syria. Also in the programme: the death of the man who invented email and the Swedish group demanding 'legal abortions' for men.

Photo: People queue to receive tea at a makeshift camp near the Greek-Macedonian border. Credit: AFP

Eu-turkey Emergency Summit On Migrant Crisis20160307

EU and Turkish leaders hold an emergency summit to try and agree a definitive plan to stem the flow of migrants into Europe. We hear from Brussels, the Macedonia-Greek border, Turkey and Syria. Also in the programme: the death of the man who invented email and the Swedish group demanding 'legal abortions' for men.

Photo: People queue to receive tea at a makeshift camp near the Greek-Macedonian border. Credit: AFP

Evidence Of Suspected Tennis Match-fixing Revealed20160118

Secret files exposing evidence of widespread suspected match-fixing at the top level of world tennis are revealed in an investigation by the BBC and BuzzFeed News. Also in the programme: BBC Persian business reporter on the falling price of oil, wealth of top 1% 'equal to other 99%' - we examine Oxfam's figures, and what it's like to drive on Estonia's ice road.

(Photo: Tennis player's shadow. Credit: Press Association)

Evidence Of Suspected Tennis Match-fixing Revealed20160118

Secret files exposing evidence of widespread suspected match-fixing at the top level of world tennis are revealed in an investigation by the BBC and BuzzFeed News. Also in the programme: BBC Persian business reporter on the falling price of oil, wealth of top 1% 'equal to other 99%' - we examine Oxfam's figures, and what it's like to drive on Estonia's ice road.

(Photo: Tennis player's shadow. Credit: Press Association)

Explosions And Gunfire Rock South Sudan20160711

Renewed fighting has broken out in South Sudan between forces loyal to the president and vice-president. We get the latest from the capital Juba and the wider context from our Africa editor Mary Harper. Also in the programme: We speak to the Syrian migrant who filmed his journey to Europe, and the pilot of the Solar Impulse zero-fuel plane flying from Seville for Cairo.

(Photo: Chinese UN peacekeepers tend to a wounded colleague in South Sudan. Credit: China's CCTV via AP Video)

Explosions And Gunfire Rock South Sudan20160711

Renewed fighting has broken out in South Sudan between forces loyal to the president and vice-president. We get the latest from the capital Juba and the wider context from our Africa editor Mary Harper. Also in the programme: We speak to the Syrian migrant who filmed his journey to Europe, and the pilot of the Solar Impulse zero-fuel plane flying from Seville for Cairo.

(Photo: Chinese UN peacekeepers tend to a wounded colleague in South Sudan. Credit: China's CCTV via AP Video)

Fallout Continues After Failed Military Coup In Turkey20160718

Events in Turkey and the deadly attack in the French city of Nice are top of the agenda for EU foreign ministers meeting in Brussels. They are joined by the US Secretary of State, John Kerry. We'll also hear from the US, after a gunman killed three US law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Fallout Continues After Failed Military Coup In Turkey20160718

Events in Turkey and the deadly attack in the French city of Nice are top of the agenda for EU foreign ministers meeting in Brussels. They are joined by the US Secretary of State, John Kerry. We'll also hear from the US, after a gunman killed three US law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Fifa Bans Blatter And Platini20151221

Two of the most powerful men in football -- Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini -- have been banned from the sport for eight years, with immediate effect. We cover the story as it unfolds in Zurich. Also on the programme: hundreds of rescue workers in Shenzhen are looking for survivors of a landslide; schools close in Tehran because of pollution and the #MisssUniverse2015 gaffe that's got you talking.

(Photo: Suspended Fifa president Sepp Blatter at a press conference in Zurich. Credit: Michele Limina/AFP/Getty)

Fifa Bans Blatter And Platini20151221

Two of the most powerful men in football -- Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini -- have been banned from the sport for eight years, with immediate effect. We cover the story as it unfolds in Zurich. Also on the programme: hundreds of rescue workers in Shenzhen are looking for survivors of a landslide; schools close in Tehran because of pollution and the #MisssUniverse2015 gaffe that's got you talking.

(Photo: Suspended Fifa president Sepp Blatter at a press conference in Zurich. Credit: Michele Limina/AFP/Getty)

Fifa Presidential Candidate: Torture Claims A Lie20151027

Fifa presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa has called allegations by Bahraini human rights group that he was complicit in the torture of footballers "nasty lies". Also in the programme: Thousands of earthquake survivors waiting for emergency relief in Pakistan and Afghanistan; and China warns the US against patrolling on the South China Sea.

(Photo: A man passes by the FIFA logo prior to a press conference following a meeting of the Executive Committee on Friday, in Zurich, Switzerland. Credit: AP Photo)

Fifa Presidential Candidate: Torture Claims A Lie20151027

Fifa presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa has called allegations by Bahraini human rights group that he was complicit in the torture of footballers "nasty lies". Also in the programme: Thousands of earthquake survivors waiting for emergency relief in Pakistan and Afghanistan; and China warns the US against patrolling on the South China Sea.

(Photo: A man passes by the FIFA logo prior to a press conference following a meeting of the Executive Committee on Friday, in Zurich, Switzerland. Credit: AP Photo)

Fighting In Aleppo20160211

Aleppo's humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, as Syrian government forces attempt to recapture rebel-held parts of the city backed by Russian air power. Also: an Iranian TV anchor speaks out about sexual harassment she allegedly endured at work - and her story sparks a huge reaction on social media.

Photo: A Syrian refugee hugs her grandson in front of the Oncupinar crossing gate, near the town of Kilis, in south-central Turkey.

Credits: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images.

Fighting In Aleppo20160211

Aleppo's humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, as Syrian government forces attempt to recapture rebel-held parts of the city backed by Russian air power. Also: an Iranian TV anchor speaks out about sexual harassment she allegedly endured at work - and her story sparks a huge reaction on social media.

Photo: A Syrian refugee hugs her grandson in front of the Oncupinar crossing gate, near the town of Kilis, in south-central Turkey.

Credits: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images.

Filibuster Senator Forces Gun Control Debate20160616

Democrat Senator speaks for 15 hours advocating gun control. Also today - we're in Soweto on the 40th anniversary of the uprising. And we're in France where England and Wales are preparing for a crunch match in Euro 2016, amid stark warnings to England fans.

(Photo: Senator Chris Murphy. Credit: RTR)

Filibuster Senator Forces Gun Control Debate20160616

Democrat Senator speaks for 15 hours advocating gun control. Also today - we're in Soweto on the 40th anniversary of the uprising. And we're in France where England and Wales are preparing for a crunch match in Euro 2016, amid stark warnings to England fans.

(Photo: Senator Chris Murphy. Credit: RTR)

Financial Markets Turbulent Despite Reassurances Over Brexit20160627

The UK government has sought to calm market fears saying the economy is as strong as it can be as some stocks are suspended from trading temporarily. We hear the political fallout of the referendum as members of the opposition Labour party rebel against their leader Jeremy Corbyn. We also go to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales to see what their leaders next steps will be. In other news, we speak to our correspondent near Fallujah in Iraq Jeremy Bowen, one of the first journalists to enter the city after it was liberated from so-called Islamic State fighters. And following Argentina's defeat in the final of the Copa Americas to Chile, Messi announces his resignation from international football.

( Image: The skyline of the City of London Credit: Odd Andersenodd Andersen/ AFP/Getty Images)

Financial Markets Turbulent Despite Reassurances Over Brexit20160627

The UK government has sought to calm market fears saying the economy is as strong as it can be as some stocks are suspended from trading temporarily. We hear the political fallout of the referendum as members of the opposition Labour party rebel against their leader Jeremy Corbyn. We also go to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales to see what their leaders next steps will be. In other news, we speak to our correspondent near Fallujah in Iraq Jeremy Bowen, one of the first journalists to enter the city after it was liberated from so-called Islamic State fighters. And following Argentina's defeat in the final of the Copa Americas to Chile, Messi announces his resignation from international football.

( Image: The skyline of the City of London Credit: Odd Andersenodd Andersen/ AFP/Getty Images)

First Japanese Nuclear Reactor Restarted20150811

Public scepticism in Japan after Sendai nuclear plant restarts, the remarkable life story of Google's new CEO Sundar Pichai, Periscope and its many trolls, why Ghana's retired doctors are being urged to get back to work.

First Japanese Nuclear Reactor Restarted20150811

Public scepticism in Japan after Sendai nuclear plant restarts, the remarkable life story of Google's new CEO Sundar Pichai, Periscope and its many trolls, why Ghana's retired doctors are being urged to get back to work.

First Russian Planes Leave Syria20160315

The first Russian planes have arrived back at bases in their home country as Moscow begins withdrawing its military from Syria - we hear reaction from Moscow and Damascus. Also in the programme: Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik sues over jail isolation and huge excitement in India as the national team plays its first T20 match.

Photo: Russian SU-34 warplanes take off from Syria. Credit: EPA

First Russian Planes Leave Syria20160315

The first Russian planes have arrived back at bases in their home country as Moscow begins withdrawing its military from Syria - we hear reaction from Moscow and Damascus. Also in the programme: Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik sues over jail isolation and huge excitement in India as the national team plays its first T20 match.

Photo: Russian SU-34 warplanes take off from Syria. Credit: EPA

Former Brazil President Held In Corruption Probe20160304

Brazil's former leader detained as part of corruption probe. Also - two Syrians jailed over toddler Aylan Kurdi's death. Scientists find 'cancer's Achilles heel'. And Donald Trump's 'hands'. (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images.)

Former Brazil President Held In Corruption Probe20160304

Brazil's former leader detained as part of corruption probe. Also - two Syrians jailed over toddler Aylan Kurdi's death. Scientists find 'cancer's Achilles heel'. And Donald Trump's 'hands'. (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images.)

France Honours Train Heroism20150824

Global stock markets open sharply down as investors are fearful of an economic slowdown in China. Islamic State militants destroy of of Syria's major cultural treasures - the Ball Shamin Temple in the ancient city of Palmyra. And fans of the boy band One Direction express grief at news the group will take a break in 2016.

(Photo: Spencer Stone,Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos as they leave the Elysee Palace after receiving the Legion d'honneur.

Credit: Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

France Honours Train Heroism20150824

Global stock markets open sharply down as investors are fearful of an economic slowdown in China. Islamic State militants destroy of of Syria's major cultural treasures - the Ball Shamin Temple in the ancient city of Palmyra. And fans of the boy band One Direction express grief at news the group will take a break in 2016.

(Photo: Spencer Stone,Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos as they leave the Elysee Palace after receiving the Legion d'honneur.

Credit: Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

France Mourns After Deadly Lorry Attack20160715

Witnesses describe terror and chaos after a man drove through crowds in Nice on Bastille Day, killing at least 84 people. Plus the latest analysis and global reaction. Also in the programme: why scientists say the Zika virus will 'burn out in three years' and powerful stories of Female Genital Mutilation on the day the UN describes it as child abuse for the first time.

(Photo: Mourners gather in Nice. Credit AFP)

France Mourns After Deadly Lorry Attack20160715

Witnesses describe terror and chaos after a man drove through crowds in Nice on Bastille Day, killing at least 84 people. Plus the latest analysis and global reaction. Also in the programme: why scientists say the Zika virus will 'burn out in three years' and powerful stories of Female Genital Mutilation on the day the UN describes it as child abuse for the first time.

(Photo: Mourners gather in Nice. Credit AFP)

France Remembers Victims Of Paris Attacks20151127

A memorial service is being held in Paris for the 130 victims who died two weeks ago. Also in the programme, can France put together a coalition of fight the so-called Islamic State; and after Kenya, Pope Francis heads for Uganda. (Photo: Candles, flowers and messages are seen at the statue at the Place de la Republique, Paris, to pay tribute to victims of the attacks. Credit: Reuters.)

France Remembers Victims Of Paris Attacks20151127

A memorial service is being held in Paris for the 130 victims who died two weeks ago. Also in the programme, can France put together a coalition of fight the so-called Islamic State; and after Kenya, Pope Francis heads for Uganda. (Photo: Candles, flowers and messages are seen at the statue at the Place de la Republique, Paris, to pay tribute to victims of the attacks. Credit: Reuters.)

French Alps Cable Cars Tourists Rescued20160909

Thirty-three tourists trapped overnight in cable cars above the French Alps have been rescued - we get the latest from the scene.

Also in the programme: Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen joins us from Damascus as talks between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry in Geneva take place. We also have the latest from the Paralympics in Rio, and an interview with the founder of a new women-run restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan.

(Photo: Rescue helicopter, Chamonix. Credit: AFP)

French Alps Cable Cars Tourists Rescued20160909

Thirty-three tourists trapped overnight in cable cars above the French Alps have been rescued - we get the latest from the scene.

Also in the programme: Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen joins us from Damascus as talks between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry in Geneva take place. We also have the latest from the Paralympics in Rio, and an interview with the founder of a new women-run restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan.

(Photo: Rescue helicopter, Chamonix. Credit: AFP)

Furious Trump Calls Russia Report 'fake News'20170111

US president-elect blasts intelligence agencies over 'compromising' material. We hear why some media outlets published the document in full, while others didn't. The story came hours before a long-awaited press conference by Mr Trump.

Also today - what Barack Obama's presidency meant for his home city.

Why we might one day go to work via jet pack.

And the Australian who set a new bowls world record by accident.

(Photo: Donald Trump speaking in Iowa in December. Credit: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)

Furious Trump Calls Russia Report 'fake News'20170111

US president-elect blasts intelligence agencies over 'compromising' material. We hear why some media outlets published the document in full, while others didn't. The story came hours before a long-awaited press conference by Mr Trump.

Also today - what Barack Obama's presidency meant for his home city.

Why we might one day go to work via jet pack.

And the Australian who set a new bowls world record by accident.

(Photo: Donald Trump speaking in Iowa in December. Credit: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)

Gabon's Opposition Leader In Hiding20160901

Defeated Presidential candidate Jean Ping says he is afraid for his life, as tensions rise in Gabon. We get the details from the French journalist who tracked him down on the phone, at a secret location in the capital, Libreville.

Plus. the BBC's Sarah Toms is in the Singapore district where new cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed; pop star Will.I.Am reaches out to millennials with a new all-star version of the Black Eyed Peas hit Where Is the Love; we hear about life in Venezuela as a major protest march gets underway; and the 88-year-old Australian judge who has offered to swap places with a refugee on Nauru.

(Photo: A protester runs through tear gas canisters during confrontations with the police in Libreville, Gabon. Credit: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images.)

Gabon's Opposition Leader In Hiding20160901

Defeated Presidential candidate Jean Ping says he is afraid for his life, as tensions rise in Gabon. We get the details from the French journalist who tracked him down on the phone, at a secret location in the capital, Libreville.

Plus. the BBC's Sarah Toms is in the Singapore district where new cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed; pop star Will.I.Am reaches out to millennials with a new all-star version of the Black Eyed Peas hit Where Is the Love; we hear about life in Venezuela as a major protest march gets underway; and the 88-year-old Australian judge who has offered to swap places with a refugee on Nauru.

(Photo: A protester runs through tear gas canisters during confrontations with the police in Libreville, Gabon. Credit: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images.)

Gang Assaults On Women In Cologne20160105

German police are investigating reports of a group of 1,000 men carrying out a mass sexual assault on dozens of women in Cologne on New Year's Eve. Also in the programme: Kuwait recalls its ambassador to Iran, Barack Obama takes action on gun laws in the US, and the Indian schoolboy who smashed a cricket world record.

(Photo: Cologne train station. Credit: AFP)

Gang Assaults On Women In Cologne20160105

German police are investigating reports of a group of 1,000 men carrying out a mass sexual assault on dozens of women in Cologne on New Year's Eve. Also in the programme: Kuwait recalls its ambassador to Iran, Barack Obama takes action on gun laws in the US, and the Indian schoolboy who smashed a cricket world record.

(Photo: Cologne train station. Credit: AFP)

Gbagbo Pleads 'not Guilty'20160128

The former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, has pleaded not guilty to crimes against humanity at his trial at the International Criminal Court. Plus, Dutch plans for EU asylum seekers, a new generation of satellites to bring broadband to remote regions and India reacts to Donald Trump's praise.

(Photo: Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo (R) arrives for the start of his trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands Credit: Reuters)

Gbagbo Pleads 'not Guilty'20160128

The former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, has pleaded not guilty to crimes against humanity at his trial at the International Criminal Court. Plus, Dutch plans for EU asylum seekers, a new generation of satellites to bring broadband to remote regions and India reacts to Donald Trump's praise.

(Photo: Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo (R) arrives for the start of his trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands Credit: Reuters)

German Police Say Concrete Tip A Terrorist Attack Was Planned For Munich On New Year's Eve20160101

A search is underway for suspected members of an Islamic State cell/ Authorities in Delhi have launched major restrictions on private cars to curb alarming levels of pollution./ We hear from one of the final inhabited places to celebrate New Year's Eve.

( Photo: The entrance to Munich main station is closed. Credit: Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

German Police Say Concrete Tip A Terrorist Attack Was Planned For Munich On New Year's Eve20160101

A search is underway for suspected members of an Islamic State cell/ Authorities in Delhi have launched major restrictions on private cars to curb alarming levels of pollution./ We hear from one of the final inhabited places to celebrate New Year's Eve.

( Photo: The entrance to Munich main station is closed. Credit: Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

Germany Backs Syria Anti-is Mission20151204

Germany's parliament approves military support for the campaign against Islamic State militants in Syria. Also in the programme, reports from Cairo after deadly firebomb attack on a restaurant, from the Greek-Macedonia border where thousands of migrants are stranded, and from Johannesburg, after China's president announces $60bn in loans and assistance for Africa.

(Photo: Reconnaissance jet Tornado of the German Air Force Luftwaffe. Credit: AFP)

Germany Backs Syria Anti-is Mission20151204

Germany's parliament approves military support for the campaign against Islamic State militants in Syria. Also in the programme, reports from Cairo after deadly firebomb attack on a restaurant, from the Greek-Macedonia border where thousands of migrants are stranded, and from Johannesburg, after China's president announces $60bn in loans and assistance for Africa.

(Photo: Reconnaissance jet Tornado of the German Air Force Luftwaffe. Credit: AFP)

Germany Toughens Immigration Rules20151214

The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, tells her CDU party conference that her refugee policy averted a humanitarian disaster. But she says Germany will toughen its rules on who is allowed entry, making it harder for migrants who have not qualified for asylum to stay. We hear from our correspondent at the conference and a Syrian migrant already living in Germany. Also: climate change deal -- what next? France's election result -- a win for the National Front? China's human rights, and Zika fever explained.

(Photo: German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to CDU party delegates in Karlsruhe, Germany. Credit: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

Germany Toughens Immigration Rules20151214

The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, tells her CDU party conference that her refugee policy averted a humanitarian disaster. But she says Germany will toughen its rules on who is allowed entry, making it harder for migrants who have not qualified for asylum to stay. We hear from our correspondent at the conference and a Syrian migrant already living in Germany. Also: climate change deal -- what next? France's election result -- a win for the National Front? China's human rights, and Zika fever explained.

(Photo: German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks to CDU party delegates in Karlsruhe, Germany. Credit: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

Germany Train Crash20160209

At least eight people are killed and more than a 100 injured in a head-on collision of two passenger trains in the German state of Bavaria. Plus, thousands flee the Syrian city of Aleppo ahead of offensive. And, is there a healthy way to get a tan from sunlight?

(Photo: Police stand beside two trains that collided head-on near Bad Aibling, southern Germany. Credit: Associated Press.)

Germany Train Crash20160209

At least eight people are killed and more than a 100 injured in a head-on collision of two passenger trains in the German state of Bavaria. Plus, thousands flee the Syrian city of Aleppo ahead of offensive. And, is there a healthy way to get a tan from sunlight?

(Photo: Police stand beside two trains that collided head-on near Bad Aibling, southern Germany. Credit: Associated Press.)

Germany Unveils New Anti-terror Plans20160811

Germany's interior minister announces a raft of anti-terror proposals including weakening doctor/patient confidentiality. At the Olympics, we celebrate the first-ever Olympic medal for an Egyptian woman, as Brazil celebrates a football win (finally).

(Photo: German migrant protest. Credit: Getty Images/John MacDougall)

Germany Unveils New Anti-terror Plans20160811

Germany's interior minister announces a raft of anti-terror proposals including weakening doctor/patient confidentiality. At the Olympics, we celebrate the first-ever Olympic medal for an Egyptian woman, as Brazil celebrates a football win (finally).

(Photo: German migrant protest. Credit: Getty Images/John MacDougall)

Germany, France Propose New Refugee Quota System20150907

The latest on the migrant crisis from correspondents in France, Germany, Hungary, Greece and Turkey. Our World Affairs correspondent Lyse Doucet talks to Nuala McGovern about the refugee crisis in the Middle East and the impact of the conflict in Syria. Also in the programme: Sierra Leone has been hit by torrential rain, Guatemala's presidential race and new proposals on the future of the BBC World Service.

(Photo: Children's shoes donated by Hungarians at Keleti station in Budapest. Credit: :Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Germany, France Propose New Refugee Quota System20150907

The latest on the migrant crisis from correspondents in France, Germany, Hungary, Greece and Turkey. Our World Affairs correspondent Lyse Doucet talks to Nuala McGovern about the refugee crisis in the Middle East and the impact of the conflict in Syria. Also in the programme: Sierra Leone has been hit by torrential rain, Guatemala's presidential race and new proposals on the future of the BBC World Service.

(Photo: Children's shoes donated by Hungarians at Keleti station in Budapest. Credit: :Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Germany: We Can Cope With 500,000 Asylum Seekers20150908

Migrant crisis: Germany says it can cope with half a million asylum seekers a year, the UN and Greece employ more staff and ships to speed up migrant registration and transfer people to Athens, and we board a train travelling from Budapest to Munich to talk to those seeking refuge and work in Germany. Also on the programme: Turkish forces pursue the PKK in northern Iraq, the war in Yemen intensifies, and the UK government is criticised for drone strikes on British nationals in Syria.

(Photo: Migrants and refugees arrive in Piraeus. Credit: Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

Germany: We Can Cope With 500,000 Asylum Seekers20150908

Migrant crisis: Germany says it can cope with half a million asylum seekers a year, the UN and Greece employ more staff and ships to speed up migrant registration and transfer people to Athens, and we board a train travelling from Budapest to Munich to talk to those seeking refuge and work in Germany. Also on the programme: Turkish forces pursue the PKK in northern Iraq, the war in Yemen intensifies, and the UK government is criticised for drone strikes on British nationals in Syria.

(Photo: Migrants and refugees arrive in Piraeus. Credit: Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

Google Artificial Intelligence Beats Human Champ20160309

DeepMind technology proves too tough for world champion in first of five match series. Also, Pakistan refuse to leave for India World T20 tournament; French students march over labour reforms; watching the #SolarEclipse from Indonesia.

(Photo: World Go Champion Lee Se-dol takes on Google technology. Credit: Google/Getty Images.)

Google Artificial Intelligence Beats Human Champ20160309

DeepMind technology proves too tough for world champion in first of five match series. Also, Pakistan refuse to leave for India World T20 tournament; French students march over labour reforms; watching the #SolarEclipse from Indonesia.

(Photo: World Go Champion Lee Se-dol takes on Google technology. Credit: Google/Getty Images.)

Greek Police Start Clearing Border Refugee Camp20160524

Hundreds of police arrived at dawn to move thousands of migrants and refugees from the camp on the Macedonia border. Also - President Obama's $6 Vietnam meal. And the "father of all hardliners" is elected to powerful clerical council in Iran. (Photo: YANNIS KOLESIDIS/AFP/Getty Images.)

Greek Police Start Clearing Border Refugee Camp20160524

Hundreds of police arrived at dawn to move thousands of migrants and refugees from the camp on the Macedonia border. Also - President Obama's $6 Vietnam meal. And the "father of all hardliners" is elected to powerful clerical council in Iran. (Photo: YANNIS KOLESIDIS/AFP/Getty Images.)

Guinea Declared Ebola Free20151229

Fireworks and concerts mark the end of Ebola in Guinea, two years after it first emerged in the West African country. Pakistani police say at least 22 people have been killed in a suicide attack in the town of Mardan in the north west of the country. And a festive present for Russia's politicians, a collection of Vladimir Putin quotes and speeches.

( Photo: A health worker in November 2014 wearing a protective suit assisting patients at an Ebola treatment centre. Credit: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images)

Guinea Declared Ebola Free20151229

Fireworks and concerts mark the end of Ebola in Guinea, two years after it first emerged in the West African country. Pakistani police say at least 22 people have been killed in a suicide attack in the town of Mardan in the north west of the country. And a festive present for Russia's politicians, a collection of Vladimir Putin quotes and speeches.

( Photo: A health worker in November 2014 wearing a protective suit assisting patients at an Ebola treatment centre. Credit: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images)

Haiti Braces For Hurricane Matthew20161004

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes of recent years is due to hit Haiti

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes of recent years is expected to cause flooding and landslides. Also, social media erupts in Kenya over child abuse cases - local officials are alleged to be involved. And, we talk to the man who has spent the past four years travelling the globe - often for free.

(Photo: Aria view of the eye of the hurricane. Credit: NOAA/Getty Images)

Haiti Braces For Hurricane Matthew20161004

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes of recent years is expected to cause flooding and landslides. Also, social media erupts in Kenya over child abuse cases - local officials are alleged to be involved. And, we talk to the man who has spent the past four years travelling the globe - often for free.

(Photo: Aria view of the eye of the hurricane. Credit: NOAA/Getty Images)

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes of recent years is due to hit Haiti

Hajj Crush Leaves Hundreds Dead20150924

Death toll mounts as another disaster hits the Hajj. Pope Francis prepares to address US Congress. Nuala is live in London and Chloe Tilley joins us from the newsroom of the New York Daily News. (Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Hajj Crush Leaves Hundreds Dead20150924

Death toll mounts as another disaster hits the Hajj. Pope Francis prepares to address US Congress. Nuala is live in London and Chloe Tilley joins us from the newsroom of the New York Daily News. (Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Has Boko Haram Spilt?20160804

Nigerian army says apparent split in Boko Haram Islamist rebel group is irrelevant. Also, gay Syrian refugee murdered in Istanbul. Australian paper under fire for "racist" cartoon. And, is golf a dying sport? Nike has pulled out.

(Photo: Abubakar Shekau former leader of Boko Haram. Credit: AFP)

Has Boko Haram Spilt?20160804

Nigerian army says apparent split in Boko Haram Islamist rebel group is irrelevant. Also, gay Syrian refugee murdered in Istanbul. Australian paper under fire for "racist" cartoon. And, is golf a dying sport? Nike has pulled out.

(Photo: Abubakar Shekau former leader of Boko Haram. Credit: AFP)

Heavy Fighting In Aleppo As Diplomatic Talks Fail20160923

Fighting has continued in the Syrian city of Aleppo after talks between Russia and the US fail.

Also: Protests in Charlotte and Tulsa after the police shootings of black men;Turkey's crackdown on 'Gulen schools' across the world; Mandoza's funeral in South Africa; Controversy over a Chinese journalist's accessories; and model Gigi Hadid elbowing a prankster.

Photo: Members of the Civil Defence rescue children after an air strike in Aleppo. Credit: Reuters

Heavy Fighting In Aleppo As Diplomatic Talks Fail20160923

Fighting has continued in the Syrian city of Aleppo after talks between Russia and the US fail.

Also: Protests in Charlotte and Tulsa after the police shootings of black men;Turkey's crackdown on 'Gulen schools' across the world; Mandoza's funeral in South Africa; Controversy over a Chinese journalist's accessories; and model Gigi Hadid elbowing a prankster.

Photo: Members of the Civil Defence rescue children after an air strike in Aleppo. Credit: Reuters

Hillary Clinton Accepts Presidential Nomination20160729

The first woman to be a presidential nominee, in her speech to the Democratic National Convention Ms Clinton warned that her Republican rival, Donald Trump had neither the character nor experience to be President. We'll hear from our correspondent in Philadelphia and get international reaction. We go to India where a couple from the Dalit community were killed over a 22 cent debt. And Amazon boss is named the 3rd richest person in the world, but who is Jeff Bezos?

( Image: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the DNC Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton Accepts Presidential Nomination20160729

The first woman to be a presidential nominee, in her speech to the Democratic National Convention Ms Clinton warned that her Republican rival, Donald Trump had neither the character nor experience to be President. We'll hear from our correspondent in Philadelphia and get international reaction. We go to India where a couple from the Dalit community were killed over a 22 cent debt. And Amazon boss is named the 3rd richest person in the world, but who is Jeff Bezos?

( Image: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the DNC Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton Proclaims Victory20160608

Democratic rival Bernie Sanders vows to fight on, but Hillary Clinton says: "We've reached a milestone." Also - Zoe Kleinman on the web's "nasty tricks". And Nigeria mourns former Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton Proclaims Victory20160608

Democratic rival Bernie Sanders vows to fight on, but Hillary Clinton says: "We've reached a milestone." Also - Zoe Kleinman on the web's "nasty tricks". And Nigeria mourns former Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton Tactic Backfires20151223

Hillary Clinton is ridiculed on social media after an attempt to woo Hispanic voters backfires. Also, as Iraqi forces battle to retake Ramadi from IS militants, we look at how much territory the group controls; a British Muslim family is stopped from boarding a plane to the US for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Disneyland, despite having valid visas; and power cuts plunge Zambia into darkness.

(Photo: Hillary Clinton campaigning in New Hampshire. Credit: AP/Jim Cole)

Hillary Clinton Tactic Backfires20151223

Hillary Clinton is ridiculed on social media after an attempt to woo Hispanic voters backfires. Also, as Iraqi forces battle to retake Ramadi from IS militants, we look at how much territory the group controls; a British Muslim family is stopped from boarding a plane to the US for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Disneyland, despite having valid visas; and power cuts plunge Zambia into darkness.

(Photo: Hillary Clinton campaigning in New Hampshire. Credit: AP/Jim Cole)

Hong Kong Tense As Key Chinese Leader Visits20160517

One of China's most powerful officials says he will listen to political demands by the people of Hong Kong amid anger over Beijing's tightening grip. Also in the programme: Baghdad hit by deadly bombing, #StopPoliceBrutality trending in Kenya, and the Sierra Leone football fan heading to Wembley.

(Photo: Police in Hong Kong tackle protester to the ground. Credit: EPA)

Hong Kong Tense As Key Chinese Leader Visits20160517

One of China's most powerful officials says he will listen to political demands by the people of Hong Kong amid anger over Beijing's tightening grip. Also in the programme: Baghdad hit by deadly bombing, #StopPoliceBrutality trending in Kenya, and the Sierra Leone football fan heading to Wembley.

(Photo: Police in Hong Kong tackle protester to the ground. Credit: EPA)

How Trump Won Nevada20160224

Is Donald Trump now unstoppable after a big win in Nevada? Also, the Greek twins helping refugees on the island of Chios, the multi-million dollar talcum powder lawsuit, and the 'Vimto Caliphate'.

(Photo: Donald Trump with supporters taking photos. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

How Trump Won Nevada20160224

Is Donald Trump now unstoppable after a big win in Nevada? Also, the Greek twins helping refugees on the island of Chios, the multi-million dollar talcum powder lawsuit, and the 'Vimto Caliphate'.

(Photo: Donald Trump with supporters taking photos. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Huge Crowds At Former Iran President's Funeral20170110

Tens of thousands attend the funeral of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. Prayers were led by the Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Some in the crowd chanted the name of his more reformist successor.

Also today: #BSFJawan trends in India - a soldier posted in Kashmir goes viral with a complaint about his rations.

Reaction from Africa and China as FIFA decides to expand the World Cup to 48 teams.

And the only woman in the World Gliding Championships in Australia tells us about her experience of the competition.

(Photo: Iranians gather around former president Rafsanjani's hearse. Credit: ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

Huge Crowds At Former Iran President's Funeral20170110

Tens of thousands attend the funeral of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. Prayers were led by the Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Some in the crowd chanted the name of his more reformist successor.

Also today: #BSFJawan trends in India - a soldier posted in Kashmir goes viral with a complaint about his rations.

Reaction from Africa and China as FIFA decides to expand the World Cup to 48 teams.

And the only woman in the World Gliding Championships in Australia tells us about her experience of the competition.

(Photo: Iranians gather around former president Rafsanjani's hearse. Credit: ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

Hungary Brings In Tough Migration Laws20150915

Hungary introduces tough laws to stop flow of migrants from Serbia. Also, Palestinian youths clash with Israeli police near Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and who is Australia's new Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull?

(Photo: A young boy at the main train station in Munich, southern Germany, after migrants arrived from Hungary. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Hungary Brings In Tough Migration Laws20150915

Hungary introduces tough laws to stop flow of migrants from Serbia. Also, Palestinian youths clash with Israeli police near Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and who is Australia's new Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull?

(Photo: A young boy at the main train station in Munich, southern Germany, after migrants arrived from Hungary. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Identity Of Bitcoin Creator Revealed20160502

Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright has publicly identified himself as Satoshi Nakamoto, who created the virtual currency. He provided technical proof at an exclusive meeting with the BBC. Also, as foreign ministers from the US, Saudi Arabia and Jordan meet to discuss Syria and renewed hostilities there, we hear from a doctor whose hospital in Aleppo was bombed last week. And how hard is it to delete yourself from the internet? The band Radiohead have tried to do just that as rumours abound that they're to release a new album.

(Image: A coffee shop sign advertises that the digital currency 'Bitcoin' is accepted, in central Dublin. Credit: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

Identity Of Bitcoin Creator Revealed20160502

Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright has publicly identified himself as Satoshi Nakamoto, who created the virtual currency. He provided technical proof at an exclusive meeting with the BBC. Also, as foreign ministers from the US, Saudi Arabia and Jordan meet to discuss Syria and renewed hostilities there, we hear from a doctor whose hospital in Aleppo was bombed last week. And how hard is it to delete yourself from the internet? The band Radiohead have tried to do just that as rumours abound that they're to release a new album.

(Image: A coffee shop sign advertises that the digital currency 'Bitcoin' is accepted, in central Dublin. Credit: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

Image Of Injured Syria Boy Draws Outrage20160818

Syrian activists have released an image of a young boy in Aleppo rescued from a destroyed building. It's been widely shared on social media, with many expressing shock and outrage. We get the details from our BBC Arabic correspondent.

Also in the programme: Brazilian authorities stop US swimmers from leaving Rio as police query evidence about an armed robbery, how Parkinson's could potentially be detected by an eye test, and singer Adele apologises to fans after cancelling a concert in America.

(Photo: Boy rescued from a building in Syria following an air strike. Credit: Aleppo Media Center via AP)

Image Of Injured Syria Boy Draws Outrage20160818

Syrian activists have released an image of a young boy in Aleppo rescued from a destroyed building. It's been widely shared on social media, with many expressing shock and outrage. We get the details from our BBC Arabic correspondent.

Also in the programme: Brazilian authorities stop US swimmers from leaving Rio as police query evidence about an armed robbery, how Parkinson's could potentially be detected by an eye test, and singer Adele apologises to fans after cancelling a concert in America.

(Photo: Boy rescued from a building in Syria following an air strike. Credit: Aleppo Media Center via AP)

India Plane Crash Kills Ten20151222

Ten killed in plane crash near India's capital Delhi; heavy fighting continues in Afghanistan's Helmand province; SpaceX rocket launches and lands back on earth and the hype around El Gordo - Spain's Christmas lottery.

(Photo: Indian investigators look at the remains of a small Indian paramilitary plane that crashed outside the airport in New Delhi. Credit: Manish Swarup/AP)

India Plane Crash Kills Ten20151222

Ten killed in plane crash near India's capital Delhi; heavy fighting continues in Afghanistan's Helmand province; SpaceX rocket launches and lands back on earth and the hype around El Gordo - Spain's Christmas lottery.

(Photo: Indian investigators look at the remains of a small Indian paramilitary plane that crashed outside the airport in New Delhi. Credit: Manish Swarup/AP)

Indian Prime Minister Makes Surprise Visit To Pakistan20151225

Lahore trending globally as Narendra Modi makes the first visit to Pakistan by an Indian premier in ten years. Also, storms in the US, bushfires in Australia. And Newsbeat's Chi Chi Izunda reviews the year in entertainment. (Photo: SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)

Indian Prime Minister Makes Surprise Visit To Pakistan20151225

Lahore trending globally as Narendra Modi makes the first visit to Pakistan by an Indian premier in ten years. Also, storms in the US, bushfires in Australia. And Newsbeat's Chi Chi Izunda reviews the year in entertainment. (Photo: SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)

Iran Withdraws Diplomats From Saudi Arabia20160104

Saudi Arabia had given Iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave. Relations between the two countries deteriorated after the Saudi embassy in Tehran was stormed by people protesting the execution of a prominent Shia Muslim cleric. Garissa University reopens 9 months after Al Shabaab militants killed 147 people. And our technology reporter tells us what to look out for at CES 2016 - his tips: virtual reality and robots will be big.

( Photo: Tehran's police chief Hossein Sajedinia asks protesters to end their rally against the execution of prominent Shiite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi authorities, and leave the area outside the Saudi embassy. Credit: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images)

Iran Withdraws Diplomats From Saudi Arabia20160104

Saudi Arabia had given Iranian diplomats 48 hours to leave. Relations between the two countries deteriorated after the Saudi embassy in Tehran was stormed by people protesting the execution of a prominent Shia Muslim cleric. Garissa University reopens 9 months after Al Shabaab militants killed 147 people. And our technology reporter tells us what to look out for at CES 2016 - his tips: virtual reality and robots will be big.

( Photo: Tehran's police chief Hossein Sajedinia asks protesters to end their rally against the execution of prominent Shiite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi authorities, and leave the area outside the Saudi embassy. Credit: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraq Pm Warns Islamic State - 'surrender Or Die'20161101

Elite Iraqi troops enter the Kukjali district of Mosul. Intense fighting is reported in the battle to expel so-called Islamic State fighters from the city. Also, Ukrainians are stunned as politicians' finances are revealed. A 16-year-old girl testifies to the Brazilian Senate on the impact of education cuts. And, why people all over the world are "checking in" on Facebook to Standing Rock, North Dakota.

(Photo: Iraqi Shia militia advance on the outskirts of Mosul. Credit: Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraq Pm Warns Islamic State - 'surrender Or Die'20161101

Elite Iraqi troops enter the Kukjali district of Mosul. Intense fighting is reported in the battle to expel so-called Islamic State fighters from the city. Also, Ukrainians are stunned as politicians' finances are revealed. A 16-year-old girl testifies to the Brazilian Senate on the impact of education cuts. And, why people all over the world are "checking in" on Facebook to Standing Rock, North Dakota.

(Photo: Iraqi Shia militia advance on the outskirts of Mosul. Credit: Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraq: Deadliest Attack In A Year20160704

Three days of mourning have been declared in Iraq after the worst day of violence in the country's capital in over a year. We hear about the public anger directed at the Iraqi government following Sunday's bomb attack in a busy shopping district in Baghdad by Islamic militants. Also, we learn how social media has played a central role in identifying those responsible for the hostage siege in Bangladesh. And, we bring the latest from Wimbledon as Nuala broadcasts live from the grounds

(Photo: An Iraqi man mourns in the holy Iraqi city of Najaf during the funeral procession for the victims of a suicide bombing in Baghdad. Credit: Haidar Hamdani/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraq: Deadliest Attack In A Year20160704

Three days of mourning have been declared in Iraq after the worst day of violence in the country's capital in over a year. We hear about the public anger directed at the Iraqi government following Sunday's bomb attack in a busy shopping district in Baghdad by Islamic militants. Also, we learn how social media has played a central role in identifying those responsible for the hostage siege in Bangladesh. And, we bring the latest from Wimbledon as Nuala broadcasts live from the grounds

(Photo: An Iraqi man mourns in the holy Iraqi city of Najaf during the funeral procession for the victims of a suicide bombing in Baghdad. Credit: Haidar Hamdani/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraqi Forces Inside Mosul's City Limits20161102

Iraqi troops are inside Mosul's city limits, preparing to liberate the entire city from Islamic State militants. Also, thousands join anti-government protests in South Africa. Journalist at the scene in the US state of Iowa, where two police officers have been killed. Uganda's famous Makerere University is closed. And, why texting while driving is a big subject of conversation in the UK at the moment.

Photo: Shiite fighters enter the village of Abu Shuwayhah, south of Mosul. Credit: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/Getty Images)

Iraqi Forces Inside Mosul's City Limits20161102

Iraqi troops are inside Mosul's city limits, preparing to liberate the entire city from Islamic State militants. Also, thousands join anti-government protests in South Africa. Journalist at the scene in the US state of Iowa, where two police officers have been killed. Uganda's famous Makerere University is closed. And, why texting while driving is a big subject of conversation in the UK at the moment.

Photo: Shiite fighters enter the village of Abu Shuwayhah, south of Mosul. Credit: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/Getty Images)

Iraqi Government Forces Begin Major Assault On Fallujah20160530

Authorities say it's a final assault to take control of the city from Islamic State group. Also in the programme, a verdict is expected in the war crimes trial of former Chadian leader, Hissene Habre. And Top Gear is back on our screens with an all new presenting team. But is it any good?

( Image: Iraq govt forces begin offensive to take Fallujah. Credit: AP Television)

Iraqi Government Forces Begin Major Assault On Fallujah20160530

Authorities say it's a final assault to take control of the city from Islamic State group. Also in the programme, a verdict is expected in the war crimes trial of former Chadian leader, Hissene Habre. And Top Gear is back on our screens with an all new presenting team. But is it any good?

( Image: Iraq govt forces begin offensive to take Fallujah. Credit: AP Television)

Iraqi Kurdish Forces Retake Is-held Sinjar20151113

Kurdish forces take the northern Iraqi city of Sinjar, 15 months after it fell to Islamic State militants. US believe air-strike in Syria killed Islamic State militant, 'Jihadi John', who appeared in a number of videos in which foreign journalists and aid workers were beheaded. And it has been confirmed - a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy Party in Myanmar elections.

(Photo: Kurdish Peshmerga fighters fire into the the air while celebrating the retaking of of Sinjar, northern Iraq. Credit: Associated Press)

Iraqi Kurdish Forces Retake Is-held Sinjar20151113

Kurdish forces take the northern Iraqi city of Sinjar, 15 months after it fell to Islamic State militants. US believe air-strike in Syria killed Islamic State militant, 'Jihadi John', who appeared in a number of videos in which foreign journalists and aid workers were beheaded. And it has been confirmed - a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy Party in Myanmar elections.

(Photo: Kurdish Peshmerga fighters fire into the the air while celebrating the retaking of of Sinjar, northern Iraq. Credit: Associated Press)

Iraqi Troops Advance To Within A Kilometre Of Mosul20161031

Special forces resumed their push from the east before dawn, coming under attack from Islamic State suicide bombers driving vehicles packed with explosives.

Also in the programme, what impact if any, have the newest Clinton email revelations had on both candidates in the polls?

And is Welsh and Real Madrid footballer, Gareth Bates worth the one billion dollars his club are paying him?

(Image: Iraqi Counter Terrorism forces during clashes with Islamic State (IS) group jihadists near Mosul. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraqi Troops Advance To Within A Kilometre Of Mosul20161031

Special forces resumed their push from the east before dawn, coming under attack from Islamic State suicide bombers driving vehicles packed with explosives.

Also in the programme, what impact if any, have the newest Clinton email revelations had on both candidates in the polls?

And is Welsh and Real Madrid footballer, Gareth Bates worth the one billion dollars his club are paying him?

(Image: Iraqi Counter Terrorism forces during clashes with Islamic State (IS) group jihadists near Mosul. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraq's Shocking Violence20160119

A United Nations report on Iraq has detailed shocking levels of violence against civilians, including what it says could be acts of genocide by the Islamic State group. We get the details from our correspondent in Geneva, where the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is based.

Also, China's economy in 2015 had slowest growth in 25 years, our correspondent in Pakistan has details of a suicide bomb attack in Peshawar, and #OscarsSoWhite is still trending.

(Photo: Iraqi security forces in Ramadi. Credit: AP)

Iraq's Shocking Violence20160119

A United Nations report on Iraq has detailed shocking levels of violence against civilians, including what it says could be acts of genocide by the Islamic State group. We get the details from our correspondent in Geneva, where the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is based.

Also, China's economy in 2015 had slowest growth in 25 years, our correspondent in Pakistan has details of a suicide bomb attack in Peshawar, and #OscarsSoWhite is still trending.

(Photo: Iraqi security forces in Ramadi. Credit: AP)

Is Facebook Building Software To Please Chinese Censors?20161123

Reports say the social network is attempting to get into the Chinese market. Facebook says it's 'spending time understanding and learning more' about China.

Also today: a tearful speech about personal experience of domestic violence from Australian MP Emma Husar moves parliament and provokes a big response.

Why the South Korean president is in trouble over Viagra.

And a growing scandal in the UK - involving child abuse at football clubs.

(Photo: BBC Chinese reports the Facebook story)

Is Facebook Building Software To Please Chinese Censors?20161123

Reports say the social network is attempting to get into the Chinese market. Facebook says it's 'spending time understanding and learning more' about China.

Also today: a tearful speech about personal experience of domestic violence from Australian MP Emma Husar moves parliament and provokes a big response.

Why the South Korean president is in trouble over Viagra.

And a growing scandal in the UK - involving child abuse at football clubs.

(Photo: BBC Chinese reports the Facebook story)

Is Iran 'back In Business'?20160127

Iran's president Rouhani continues with his visit to Europe, hoping to secure trade deals. Also on the programme: the latest on the Zika virus, women in India take to the streets to demand entry to a sacred temple and a deadly shooting in Oregon.

(Photo: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attends a news conference in Rome, Italy. Credit: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters)

Is Iran 'back In Business'?20160127

Iran's president Rouhani continues with his visit to Europe, hoping to secure trade deals. Also on the programme: the latest on the Zika virus, women in India take to the streets to demand entry to a sacred temple and a deadly shooting in Oregon.

(Photo: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attends a news conference in Rome, Italy. Credit: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters)

Islamist Protesters Continue To Demonstrate In Islamabad20160330

Islamist protesters demand that blasphemy law should not be amended among other things. Also. the man who took a selfie with a hijacker and the sexist Nandos advert that has upset a lot of people in India.

(Photo: Protesters demonstrate on the streets of Islamabad, Pakistan on Sunday. Credit: Reuters )

Islamist Protesters Continue To Demonstrate In Islamabad20160330

Islamist protesters demand that blasphemy law should not be amended among other things. Also. the man who took a selfie with a hijacker and the sexist Nandos advert that has upset a lot of people in India.

(Photo: Protesters demonstrate on the streets of Islamabad, Pakistan on Sunday. Credit: Reuters )

Japan Honours Tsunami Victims20160311

We hear from Japan, where people have been marking the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that claimed more than 18,000 lives. Also in the programme: Nuala McGovern is in Athens reporting on the migrant crisis, plus the fallout from the latest Republican debate, and details of the Islamic State files.

(Photo: Protesters light candles during an anti-nuclear rally near the parliament building in Tokyo. Credit: AFP)

Japan Honours Tsunami Victims20160311

We hear from Japan, where people have been marking the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that claimed more than 18,000 lives. Also in the programme: Nuala McGovern is in Athens reporting on the migrant crisis, plus the fallout from the latest Republican debate, and details of the Islamic State files.

(Photo: Protesters light candles during an anti-nuclear rally near the parliament building in Tokyo. Credit: AFP)

Japan Prime Minister's 'much-anticipated' Ww2 Speech20150814

China and South Korea watch closely as Shinzo Abe marks 70 years since Japan's defeat in the Second World War. Fires still burning in Tianjin. We meet the man who lived as a goat for a week. And we look ahead to John Kerry's landmark visit to Cuba.

(Photo: Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images)

Japan Prime Minister's 'much-anticipated' Ww2 Speech20150814

China and South Korea watch closely as Shinzo Abe marks 70 years since Japan's defeat in the Second World War. Fires still burning in Tianjin. We meet the man who lived as a goat for a week. And we look ahead to John Kerry's landmark visit to Cuba.

(Photo: Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images)

Japan-south Korea Deal On 'comfort Women'20151228

Japan has apologised and agreed to pay compensation to women who were forced to work as protstitutes in brothels during World War Two. Also in the programme, Nigeria militants attack village in Maiduguri killing more than twenty and the sailors saived by nudists off a Sydney beach in Australia.

(Photo: A statue of a girl that represents the sexual victims by the Japanese military is seen in front of Japanese embassy in Seoul. Credit: Reuters.)

Japan-south Korea Deal On 'comfort Women'20151228

Japan has apologised and agreed to pay compensation to women who were forced to work as protstitutes in brothels during World War Two. Also in the programme, Nigeria militants attack village in Maiduguri killing more than twenty and the sailors saived by nudists off a Sydney beach in Australia.

(Photo: A statue of a girl that represents the sexual victims by the Japanese military is seen in front of Japanese embassy in Seoul. Credit: Reuters.)

Kabul Suicide Bomb Kills Many20161121

Police in Afghanistan say at least 27 people have died in a suicide bomb attack inside a Kabul mosque. New satellite images appear to show hundreds of homes belonging to Myanmar's Muslim Rohingyas destroyed, as the Burmese military conducts counter-insurgency operations in Rakhine state.

In India, rescuers are combing through mangled wreckage after a train derailed late on Saturday in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state. And, our entertainment reporter, Chi Chi Izundu talks American Music Awards and Kanye West.

(Photo: The aftermath of the blast at a Shiite mosque in Kabul. Credit: BBC Pashto service)

Kabul Suicide Bomb Kills Many20161121

Police in Afghanistan say at least 27 people have died in a suicide bomb attack inside a Kabul mosque. New satellite images appear to show hundreds of homes belonging to Myanmar's Muslim Rohingyas destroyed, as the Burmese military conducts counter-insurgency operations in Rakhine state.

In India, rescuers are combing through mangled wreckage after a train derailed late on Saturday in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state. And, our entertainment reporter, Chi Chi Izundu talks American Music Awards and Kanye West.

(Photo: The aftermath of the blast at a Shiite mosque in Kabul. Credit: BBC Pashto service)

Kenya: Two Protesters Shot Dead At Opposition Rally20160606

Two shot dead and several others were injured at the anti-electoral commission demonstration in Kenya, which had been banned under a court order. Witnesses say the police opened fire at protesters. Also, we hear from BBC Arabic about a number of Iraqi men who say they were tortured while being questioned by Iraqi government forces during the government offensive to recapture Fallujah from Islamic State. And, why has the US Navy introduced an alcohol ban for its sailors serving in Japan?

(Photo: Protesters set fire to barricades in Kisumu. Credit: @acholasimon

Kenya: Two Protesters Shot Dead At Opposition Rally20160606

Two shot dead and several others were injured at the anti-electoral commission demonstration in Kenya, which had been banned under a court order. Witnesses say the police opened fire at protesters. Also, we hear from BBC Arabic about a number of Iraqi men who say they were tortured while being questioned by Iraqi government forces during the government offensive to recapture Fallujah from Islamic State. And, why has the US Navy introduced an alcohol ban for its sailors serving in Japan?

(Photo: Protesters set fire to barricades in Kisumu. Credit: @acholasimon

Kenyatta: 'we Are At War And We Must Win'20160122

President Uhuru Kenyatta has attended a memorial service of Kenyan soldiers killed by Al-Shabab on an African Union (AU) base in Somalia.

Photo: A vigil in Nairobi, Kenya

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Kenyatta: 'we Are At War And We Must Win'20160122

President Uhuru Kenyatta has attended a memorial service of Kenyan soldiers killed by Al-Shabab on an African Union (AU) base in Somalia.

Photo: A vigil in Nairobi, Kenya

EPA

Kremlin Says Us Tanks Are A Threat To Security20170112

The US has deployed thousand of troops to Poland, increasing its military presence in the area. It's the biggest US deployment to the country since the end of the Cold War. The Kremlin says it's a threat to Russian security

President-elect Donald Trump called unverified allegations against him 'fake news'. Can that term, when used often enough, kill a story?

The Greek and Turkish prime ministers turn up for talks aimed at re-unifying Cyprus after more than forty years of division

And in Australia fans board the Elvis express ahead of the 25th Parkes Elvis Festival

(Photo: US tank on it's way to Poland via Germany Credit: Carsten Koall)

Kremlin Says Us Tanks Are A Threat To Security20170112

The US has deployed thousand of troops to Poland, increasing its military presence in the area. It's the biggest US deployment to the country since the end of the Cold War. The Kremlin says it's a threat to Russian security

President-elect Donald Trump called unverified allegations against him 'fake news'. Can that term, when used often enough, kill a story?

The Greek and Turkish prime ministers turn up for talks aimed at re-unifying Cyprus after more than forty years of division

And in Australia fans board the Elvis express ahead of the 25th Parkes Elvis Festival

(Photo: US tank on it's way to Poland via Germany Credit: Carsten Koall)

Kurdish Militants Claim Ankara Blast20160317

Germany closes Ankara embassy, Istanbul school over possible threat. PKK-linked group says it carried out Sunday's deadly Ankara attack. Also - protests in Brazil over Lula chief-of-staff appointment. EU's Tusk says a "catalogue of issues" remain on migrants deal. British men unafraid to cry, says study.

(Photo: Ankara blast aftermath. Credit: Defne Karadeniz/Getty Images)

Kurdish Militants Claim Ankara Blast20160317

Germany closes Ankara embassy, Istanbul school over possible threat. PKK-linked group says it carried out Sunday's deadly Ankara attack. Also - protests in Brazil over Lula chief-of-staff appointment. EU's Tusk says a "catalogue of issues" remain on migrants deal. British men unafraid to cry, says study.

(Photo: Ankara blast aftermath. Credit: Defne Karadeniz/Getty Images)

Last Day Of Campaigning Before Eu Referendum20160622

Final arguments are put to voters before they go to the polls on Thursday. New research in Britain suggests that pollution from many popular diesel cars worsens considerably when the temperature drops below eighteen degrees Celsius. And how would you fancy waking up to a giant snake draped around your bedroom?

(Image: European Union referendum postal voting form Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Last Day Of Campaigning Before Eu Referendum20160622

Final arguments are put to voters before they go to the polls on Thursday. New research in Britain suggests that pollution from many popular diesel cars worsens considerably when the temperature drops below eighteen degrees Celsius. And how would you fancy waking up to a giant snake draped around your bedroom?

(Image: European Union referendum postal voting form Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Last Day Of Campaigning In The Us Election20161107

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump visit key battleground states on the last day of campaigning. Outside Source's Nuala McGovern is in Mexico, at the border town of Tijuana, getting views on the election there.

Also, we profile the first female attorney-general in the US, Janet Reno, who has died aged 78. The BBC's Helier Cheung explains why China, in a rare step, has intervened in Hong Kong politics to bar two elected lawmakers from taking office. And the winners and losers in the MTV Europe Music Awards and solutions to the #BritsSoWhite.

(Photo: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a rally in Leesburg. Credit: Michael Reynolds/EPA)

Last Day Of Campaigning In The Us Election20161107

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump visit key battleground states on the last day of campaigning. Outside Source's Nuala McGovern is in Mexico, at the border town of Tijuana, getting views on the election there.

Also, we profile the first female attorney-general in the US, Janet Reno, who has died aged 78. The BBC's Helier Cheung explains why China, in a rare step, has intervened in Hong Kong politics to bar two elected lawmakers from taking office. And the winners and losers in the MTV Europe Music Awards and solutions to the #BritsSoWhite.

(Photo: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a rally in Leesburg. Credit: Michael Reynolds/EPA)

Latino World Mourns Mexican Singer20160829

The Mexican singer-songwriter, Juan Gabriel, who sold tens of millions of albums over his long career, has died of a heart attack. The BBC's Lourdes Heredia tells us what he meant to her, growing up in Mexico. Also: a suicide bomb attack by Islamic State militants has killed dozens of people in Yemen; the Colombian rebel group, FARC, has begun observing a definitive ceasefire; Chinese police believe they've captured a serial killer -- China's Jack the Ripper -- wanted for the deaths of eleven women over more than a decade; and #VMAs is trending. We talk about what happened on Sunday night at MTV's Video Music Awards.

(Photo: Tributes to Juan Gabriel placed on his star, at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Credit: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty.)

Latino World Mourns Mexican Singer20160829

The Mexican singer-songwriter, Juan Gabriel, who sold tens of millions of albums over his long career, has died of a heart attack. The BBC's Lourdes Heredia tells us what he meant to her, growing up in Mexico. Also: a suicide bomb attack by Islamic State militants has killed dozens of people in Yemen; the Colombian rebel group, FARC, has begun observing a definitive ceasefire; Chinese police believe they've captured a serial killer -- China's Jack the Ripper -- wanted for the deaths of eleven women over more than a decade; and #VMAs is trending. We talk about what happened on Sunday night at MTV's Video Music Awards.

(Photo: Tributes to Juan Gabriel placed on his star, at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Credit: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty.)

Legendary Musician David Bowie Dies20160111

Tributes have been paid to the 69 year old who had been battling cancer. Aid trucks are on set off to besieged Syrian cities, among them Madaya. And how likely is it that Joaquin " El Chapo " Guzman will be extradited from Mexico to the United States?

(Photo: A mural of David Bowie on a wall in Brixton, London, the singers birthplace. Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

Legendary Musician David Bowie Dies20160111

Tributes have been paid to the 69 year old who had been battling cancer. Aid trucks are on set off to besieged Syrian cities, among them Madaya. And how likely is it that Joaquin " El Chapo " Guzman will be extradited from Mexico to the United States?

(Photo: A mural of David Bowie on a wall in Brixton, London, the singers birthplace. Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

Leonard Cohen Mourned20161111

Massive global reaction as legendary singer and poet dies aged 82. We'll hear from South African, Iran and Russia.

Also - we'll talk to protestors in the United States as demonstrations continue against the presidential election result. In Mexico, we hear from people who think Donald Trump might offer opportunities for immigrants.

Plus, the on-going effects of severe drought in Malawi - millions are going hungry.

(Photo: Leonard Cohen performing in 2008. Credit: DIEGO TUSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Leonard Cohen Mourned20161111

Massive global reaction as legendary singer and poet dies aged 82. We'll hear from South African, Iran and Russia.

Also - we'll talk to protestors in the United States as demonstrations continue against the presidential election result. In Mexico, we hear from people who think Donald Trump might offer opportunities for immigrants.

Plus, the on-going effects of severe drought in Malawi - millions are going hungry.

(Photo: Leonard Cohen performing in 2008. Credit: DIEGO TUSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Louisville Prepares Muhammad Ali's Final Farewell20160610

We're live in Louisville, Kentucky, as the city readies for the funeral. Also, security, fan trouble, and a preview of the action - all the news from France as Euro 2016 kicks off. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images.)

Louisville Prepares Muhammad Ali's Final Farewell20160610

We're live in Louisville, Kentucky, as the city readies for the funeral. Also, security, fan trouble, and a preview of the action - all the news from France as Euro 2016 kicks off. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images.)

Macedonia Police Fire Tear-gas At Migrants20160229

Macedonian police have fired tear gas at hundreds of migrants trying to storm a border fence to enter Macedonia from Greece. Greek police say more than 6,000 migrants and refugees are trapped there as a result of fences and border controls in the Balkans. We hear from a Greek journalist near the scene in Idomeni. Also on the programme: Syria's partial truce is still holding as UN trucks begin to deliver more aid to besieged towns; a rumour about a schoolboy in Sri Lanka having AIDS, prompts parents to pull their children out of school; and the politics of the Oscars.

(Photo: Migrants shelter from tear gas, fired at the Greek Macedonian border. Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images.)

Macedonia Police Fire Tear-gas At Migrants20160229

Macedonian police have fired tear gas at hundreds of migrants trying to storm a border fence to enter Macedonia from Greece. Greek police say more than 6,000 migrants and refugees are trapped there as a result of fences and border controls in the Balkans. We hear from a Greek journalist near the scene in Idomeni. Also on the programme: Syria's partial truce is still holding as UN trucks begin to deliver more aid to besieged towns; a rumour about a schoolboy in Sri Lanka having AIDS, prompts parents to pull their children out of school; and the politics of the Oscars.

(Photo: Migrants shelter from tear gas, fired at the Greek Macedonian border. Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images.)

Major Attack On Ethiopian Forces In Somalia20160609

African Union denies dozens killed in militant attack. Also - suicide bombs in Baghdad. $20m lawsuit launched against Ed Sheeran. And thousands of tickets for Muhammad Ali's funeral service are claimed in an hour. (Photo: AP)

Major Attack On Ethiopian Forces In Somalia20160609

African Union denies dozens killed in militant attack. Also - suicide bombs in Baghdad. $20m lawsuit launched against Ed Sheeran. And thousands of tickets for Muhammad Ali's funeral service are claimed in an hour. (Photo: AP)

Major Powers Hold Key Syria Talks20151030

Foreign powers backing rival sides in Syria's civil war hold talks in Vienna, with Iran involved for the first time. Also in the programme: At least 22 migrants - many of them children - drown in a new tragedy off Greece, the last UK Guantanamo detainee, Shaker Aamer, is released, and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody turns 40.

(Photo: Leaders in Vienna to discuss solutions to the conflict in Syria. Credit: AFP)

Major Powers Hold Key Syria Talks20151030

Foreign powers backing rival sides in Syria's civil war hold talks in Vienna, with Iran involved for the first time. Also in the programme: At least 22 migrants - many of them children - drown in a new tragedy off Greece, the last UK Guantanamo detainee, Shaker Aamer, is released, and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody turns 40.

(Photo: Leaders in Vienna to discuss solutions to the conflict in Syria. Credit: AFP)

Malaysia Confirms Death Of Kim Jong-nam20170216

The deputy PM says the man apparently poisoned at Kuala Lumpur airport is the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un's half brother. We get the latest from Malaysia.

Also in the programme, a second round of talks to resolve the Syrian conflict takes place in the Kazakh capital, Astana. We get analysis from the BBC's Arabic service.

And US football star Carli Lloyd moves to Manchester City for a chance to play in the Women's Champions League.

(Image: Senior Malaysian police officers walk outside the Forensic wing at the Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images)

Malaysia Confirms Death Of Kim Jong-nam20170216

The deputy PM says the man apparently poisoned at Kuala Lumpur airport is the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un's half brother. We get the latest from Malaysia.

Also in the programme, a second round of talks to resolve the Syrian conflict takes place in the Kazakh capital, Astana. We get analysis from the BBC's Arabic service.

And US football star Carli Lloyd moves to Manchester City for a chance to play in the Women's Champions League.

(Image: Senior Malaysian police officers walk outside the Forensic wing at the Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images)

Many Dead In Italy Earthquake20160824

Rescue teams in central Italy are digging through rubble to look for survivors of an earthquake in the Umbria region in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Dozens have been killed and many more are missing. We hear from survivors and reporters in Italy. Also: Turkish tanks roll across the border into northern Syria; German politicians discuss the need to stockpile food and water in the event of a national emergency; and details of the latest crackdown on social media users in Iran.

(Photo: Rescuers in the town of Pescara del Tronto. Credit: Marco Zeppetella/AFP/Getty Images.)

Many Dead In Italy Earthquake20160824

Rescue teams in central Italy are digging through rubble to look for survivors of an earthquake in the Umbria region in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Dozens have been killed and many more are missing. We hear from survivors and reporters in Italy. Also: Turkish tanks roll across the border into northern Syria; German politicians discuss the need to stockpile food and water in the event of a national emergency; and details of the latest crackdown on social media users in Iran.

(Photo: Rescuers in the town of Pescara del Tronto. Credit: Marco Zeppetella/AFP/Getty Images.)

Medina Bombing: Saudi Arabia Reels After Mosque Attack20160705

The hashtag #PrayForMedina is trending following the deadly suicide attack outside the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia - one of the two holiest sites in Islam. No group has yet said it was behind the attacks, but suspicion has fallen on so-called Islamic State.

Also in the programme: Calls to overhaul French intelligence services after Paris attacks and Nasa's Juno probe enters orbit around Jupiter.

(Picture: The Prophet’s Mosque Credit: EPA)

Medina Bombing: Saudi Arabia Reels After Mosque Attack20160705

The hashtag #PrayForMedina is trending following the deadly suicide attack outside the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia - one of the two holiest sites in Islam. No group has yet said it was behind the attacks, but suspicion has fallen on so-called Islamic State.

Also in the programme: Calls to overhaul French intelligence services after Paris attacks and Nasa's Juno probe enters orbit around Jupiter.

(Picture: The Prophet’s Mosque Credit: EPA)

Merkel: Eu Can't Stem Refugee Crisis Without Turkey20151015

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says a joint EU effort is needed to tackle the crisis, and that Turkey plays a "key role". Volkswagen is ordered to recall 2.4 million diesel cars. Plus, our health expert and Sierra Leone correspondent Umaru Fofana answers listeners' questions on Ebola, after the virus is found to linger in semen for nine months.

(Photo: Syrian refugees arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey. Credit: AFP)

Merkel: Eu Can't Stem Refugee Crisis Without Turkey20151015

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says a joint EU effort is needed to tackle the crisis, and that Turkey plays a "key role". Volkswagen is ordered to recall 2.4 million diesel cars. Plus, our health expert and Sierra Leone correspondent Umaru Fofana answers listeners' questions on Ebola, after the virus is found to linger in semen for nine months.

(Photo: Syrian refugees arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey. Credit: AFP)

Mh17 Hit By Buk Missile20151013

In its first official report into the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine, the Dutch Safety Board says those on board would have lost consciousness the instant the airliner was hit by a Russian-made missile. We hear from the Hague, Kiev and BBC Russian. Also, violence escalates in Israel, discontent at Charlie Hebdo HQ, and no more nudes for Playboy.

(Photo: The wrecked cockipt of MH17 is reconstructed ahead of a press conference in the Netherlands. Credit: AFP/Getty)

Mh17 Hit By Buk Missile20151013

In its first official report into the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine, the Dutch Safety Board says those on board would have lost consciousness the instant the airliner was hit by a Russian-made missile. We hear from the Hague, Kiev and BBC Russian. Also, violence escalates in Israel, discontent at Charlie Hebdo HQ, and no more nudes for Playboy.

(Photo: The wrecked cockipt of MH17 is reconstructed ahead of a press conference in the Netherlands. Credit: AFP/Getty)

Michelle Obama Wows Democrats Convention20160726

First Lady stars on day one, as Bernie Sanders is booed for supporting Hillary Clinton. Also today - airport blast in Mogadishu protected zone. The world's tallest - and shortest - countries. And snow - in Durban. (Photo: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

Michelle Obama Wows Democrats Convention20160726

First Lady stars on day one, as Bernie Sanders is booed for supporting Hillary Clinton. Also today - airport blast in Mogadishu protected zone. The world's tallest - and shortest - countries. And snow - in Durban. (Photo: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

Migrant Crisis: Outside Source Live From Athens20160310

Nuala McGovern is in the Greek capital Athens discussing the latest developments in the migrant crisis. Also, the Zephany Nurse verdict, Myanmar presidential election and the baby smuggled in a passenger's hand luggage.

(Photo: Afghan child at a migrant camp in Greece)

Migrant Crisis: Outside Source Live From Athens20160310

Nuala McGovern is in the Greek capital Athens discussing the latest developments in the migrant crisis. Also, the Zephany Nurse verdict, Myanmar presidential election and the baby smuggled in a passenger's hand luggage.

(Photo: Afghan child at a migrant camp in Greece)

Migrant Crisis: Outside Source Live From Munich20150910

We're live from the newsroom of the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich. We'll find out how journalists and editors are covering the migrant crisis. We're also covering the latest on the conflict in Syria, including the growing controversy over Russia's involvement. Plus a new human-like species discovered deep in a cave in South Africa.

(Photo: A helper puts a jacket at a refugee boy at a collection centre for clothes for migratnts in Munich. Credit: AFP)

Migrant Crisis: Outside Source Live From Munich20150910

We're live from the newsroom of the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich. We'll find out how journalists and editors are covering the migrant crisis. We're also covering the latest on the conflict in Syria, including the growing controversy over Russia's involvement. Plus a new human-like species discovered deep in a cave in South Africa.

(Photo: A helper puts a jacket at a refugee boy at a collection centre for clothes for migratnts in Munich. Credit: AFP)

Migrant Rescue: A Baby Born At Sea20160912

Our reporter, Lucy Grey joins us from the MSF rescue ship in the Mediterranean, where a baby boy has been born at sea.

Also: doubts and unanswered questions plague the Syrian ceasefire deal, due to come into effect on Monday.

Hillary Clinton's health dominates US media coverage.

And North Korean state television reports on severe flooding in the north of the country.

(Photo: A baby boy born on AV Aquarius. Credit: Lucy Grey.)

Migrant Rescue: A Baby Born At Sea20160912

Our reporter, Lucy Grey joins us from the MSF rescue ship in the Mediterranean, where a baby boy has been born at sea.

Also: doubts and unanswered questions plague the Syrian ceasefire deal, due to come into effect on Monday.

Hillary Clinton's health dominates US media coverage.

And North Korean state television reports on severe flooding in the north of the country.

(Photo: A baby boy born on AV Aquarius. Credit: Lucy Grey.)

Migrants Barred From Budapest Train Station20150901

There's fear, frustration and exhaustion outside the main railway station in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, as the authorities stop migrants and refugees from going inside to board trains. We hear from the AFP correspondent in Budapest. Also in the programme: al-Shabab militants attack an African Union military base in Somalia, the State Department releases thousands of pages of private emails from Hillary Clinton, and in Turkey, several newspaper columnists have left their columns blank today in protest to what they describe as government's "increasing pressure on the media".

(Photo: Migrants at Keleti Station, Budapest. Credit: Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images)

Migrants Barred From Budapest Train Station20150901

There's fear, frustration and exhaustion outside the main railway station in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, as the authorities stop migrants and refugees from going inside to board trains. We hear from the AFP correspondent in Budapest. Also in the programme: al-Shabab militants attack an African Union military base in Somalia, the State Department releases thousands of pages of private emails from Hillary Clinton, and in Turkey, several newspaper columnists have left their columns blank today in protest to what they describe as government's "increasing pressure on the media".

(Photo: Migrants at Keleti Station, Budapest. Credit: Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images)

Migrants Try New Routes20150916

First groups arrive at Serbia-Croatia border; President Assad says migrants are fleeing terrorism, not his regime; UN rights body reports on Sri Lanka; ocean life "halved since 1970". (Photo: Reuters/Antonio Bronic.)

Migrants Try New Routes20150916

First groups arrive at Serbia-Croatia border; President Assad says migrants are fleeing terrorism, not his regime; UN rights body reports on Sri Lanka; ocean life "halved since 1970". (Photo: Reuters/Antonio Bronic.)

Migration Across The Mediterranean20151111

As European and African leaders meet in Malta to talk about migration, our presenter Ben James joins Nuala McGovern from the offices of the Daily Star in Beirut, to look at the refugee crisis in Lebanon and other regional stories. We'll also hear from Red Cross workers in Slovenia on the plight of refugees there. Also in the programme: doping and Kenyan athletics and a Q&A with the head of Unicef in Yemen.

(Photo: A couple in Beirut looks out onto the Mediterranean Sea. Credit: AP/Hassan Ammar)

Migration Across The Mediterranean20151111

As European and African leaders meet in Malta to talk about migration, our presenter Ben James joins Nuala McGovern from the offices of the Daily Star in Beirut, to look at the refugee crisis in Lebanon and other regional stories. We'll also hear from Red Cross workers in Slovenia on the plight of refugees there. Also in the programme: doping and Kenyan athletics and a Q&A with the head of Unicef in Yemen.

(Photo: A couple in Beirut looks out onto the Mediterranean Sea. Credit: AP/Hassan Ammar)

Militants Attack University In Northwest Pakistan20160120

Militants in northwest Pakistan have attacked Bacha Khan University in Charsadda, near the city of Peshawar. About twenty people are reported to have been killed, including staff and students. Dozens more have been wounded. We'll bring you the latest from Pakistan. Also in the programme: in Britain, the spelling mistake that brought police to a Muslim boy's home, why fairy tales are older than you think, and a question for listeners: what is resilience imperative?

(Photo: Staff and students are evacuated from Bacha Khan University after the attack by militants. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Militants Attack University In Northwest Pakistan20160120

Militants in northwest Pakistan have attacked Bacha Khan University in Charsadda, near the city of Peshawar. About twenty people are reported to have been killed, including staff and students. Dozens more have been wounded. We'll bring you the latest from Pakistan. Also in the programme: in Britain, the spelling mistake that brought police to a Muslim boy's home, why fairy tales are older than you think, and a question for listeners: what is resilience imperative?

(Photo: Staff and students are evacuated from Bacha Khan University after the attack by militants. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Military Assault On Mosul Begins20161017

Iraqi government troops and allies move on Islamic State stronghold of Mosul.

Also, a warning that people are forgetting to count the calories they consume in alcohol.

And an Australian man fends off a shark - with a garden broom.

(Photo: Iraqi tanks advance on Mosul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

Military Assault On Mosul Begins20161017

Iraqi government troops and allies move on Islamic State stronghold of Mosul.

Also, a warning that people are forgetting to count the calories they consume in alcohol.

And an Australian man fends off a shark - with a garden broom.

(Photo: Iraqi tanks advance on Mosul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

Missing Japanese Boy Found Alive20160603

A boy missing in remote woods in Japan since Saturday after being left alone by his parents as punishment is found alive and well. Also in the programme: Migrant boat rescue off Crete, city of Paris on high alert as river level peaks, and why our Universe may be expanding faster than we thought.

(Photo: Yamato Tanooka. Credit: AFP)

Missing Japanese Boy Found Alive20160603

A boy missing in remote woods in Japan since Saturday after being left alone by his parents as punishment is found alive and well. Also in the programme: Migrant boat rescue off Crete, city of Paris on high alert as river level peaks, and why our Universe may be expanding faster than we thought.

(Photo: Yamato Tanooka. Credit: AFP)

Modi In Uk: 'a Historic Opportunity?'20151112

India's Narendra Modi arrives in UK in what David Cameron has called 'a history opportunity'. Kurdish forces launch an offensive to retake Sinjar in Iraq from IS. And, Sweden ups its border controls as the migrant flow continues.

Modi In Uk: 'a Historic Opportunity?'20151112

India's Narendra Modi arrives in UK in what David Cameron has called 'a history opportunity'. Kurdish forces launch an offensive to retake Sinjar in Iraq from IS. And, Sweden ups its border controls as the migrant flow continues.

More Players Speak Out About Sex Abuse In Uk Football20161125

The latest on the allegations of sex abuse in UK football with more players saying they were abused as children by coaches.

Also today: the latest from Israel where firefighters are battling wildfires.

Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich appears via video link in a Ukrainian court room.

The Ugandan student banned from attending classes for wearing a mini-skirt.

And fans await new episodes of US comedy-drama Gilmore Girls.

Photo: David White (L), Paul Stewart (C) and Andy Woodward (R)

More Players Speak Out About Sex Abuse In Uk Football20161125

The latest on the allegations of sex abuse in UK football with more players saying they were abused as children by coaches.

Also today: the latest from Israel where firefighters are battling wildfires.

Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich appears via video link in a Ukrainian court room.

The Ugandan student banned from attending classes for wearing a mini-skirt.

And fans await new episodes of US comedy-drama Gilmore Girls.

Photo: David White (L), Paul Stewart (C) and Andy Woodward (R)

More Russian Airstrikes In Syria20151001

Is Russia's intervention in Syria a game-changer? Afghan government says it's retaken Kunduz - others say Taliban are still there. Australian wedding couple talk to us about their viral storm photo. Turkish journalist Ahmet Hakan is attacked. And Peeple - the Trip Advisor for people. (Photo: Russian planes strike Syria targets. Credit: Reuters.)

More Russian Airstrikes In Syria20151001

Is Russia's intervention in Syria a game-changer? Afghan government says it's retaken Kunduz - others say Taliban are still there. Australian wedding couple talk to us about their viral storm photo. Turkish journalist Ahmet Hakan is attacked. And Peeple - the Trip Advisor for people. (Photo: Russian planes strike Syria targets. Credit: Reuters.)

More Surprises In Conservative Party Leadership Race20160630

It's been a day of unexpected announcements in British politics. Leave campaigner and Justice Secretary, Michael Gove unexpectedly announced he was standing as a candidate for the leadership of the party while his colleague and former London Mayor, Boris Johnson surprised many by pulling out. Home Secretary Teresa May also threw her name into the ring. And we hear from Kabul where there's been a twin bomb attack on a convoy of buses transporting Afghani police cadets.

More Surprises In Conservative Party Leadership Race20160630

It's been a day of unexpected announcements in British politics. Leave campaigner and Justice Secretary, Michael Gove unexpectedly announced he was standing as a candidate for the leadership of the party while his colleague and former London Mayor, Boris Johnson surprised many by pulling out. Home Secretary Teresa May also threw her name into the ring. And we hear from Kabul where there's been a twin bomb attack on a convoy of buses transporting Afghani police cadets.

Msf Demands Kunduz War Crimes Probe20151007

MSF says may prosecute over Kunduz bombing. Tracking latest information from Syria as fresh wave of "intense" Russian airstrikes reported. UK sex abuse cases up 80% on last year. Nuclear smuggling report - FBI stops four attempts in five years. Operation Sophia starts in the Mediterranean. New VW boss meets the board. (Photo: WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Msf Demands Kunduz War Crimes Probe20151007

MSF says may prosecute over Kunduz bombing. Tracking latest information from Syria as fresh wave of "intense" Russian airstrikes reported. UK sex abuse cases up 80% on last year. Nuclear smuggling report - FBI stops four attempts in five years. Operation Sophia starts in the Mediterranean. New VW boss meets the board. (Photo: WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Murdered French Priest To Be Buried20160802

Funeral of Father Jacques Hamel takes place in Rouen Cathedral. He was murdered by two Islamist extremists during morning mass. Also, China sentences activist Zhai Yanmin for subversion. Plus, Kesha, #DrakeandKanye.

(Photo: Father Jacques Hamel. Credit: Catholic Diocese of Rouen)

Murdered French Priest To Be Buried20160802

Funeral of Father Jacques Hamel takes place in Rouen Cathedral. He was murdered by two Islamist extremists during morning mass. Also, China sentences activist Zhai Yanmin for subversion. Plus, Kesha, #DrakeandKanye.

(Photo: Father Jacques Hamel. Credit: Catholic Diocese of Rouen)

Myanmar Political Prisoners To Be Released20160407

Aung San Suu Kyi announces that all remaining political prisoners will be released within the next two weeks; Students protest against the killing of a secular online activist; Sweden gets its own telephone number.

(Photo: Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at Myanmar"s parliament in Naypyitaw. Credit: AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe. )

Myanmar Political Prisoners To Be Released20160407

Aung San Suu Kyi announces that all remaining political prisoners will be released within the next two weeks; Students protest against the killing of a secular online activist; Sweden gets its own telephone number.

(Photo: Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at Myanmar"s parliament in Naypyitaw. Credit: AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe. )

Myanmar: Opposition Expecting Landslide Victory20151109

Myanmar opposition party, National League for Democracy, expects to win 70 percent of seats. Also in the programme, Syrian migrants' stories in Lebanon and how clean is world athletics?

(Photo: Supporters of Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi outside the National League of Democracy (NLD) headquarters in Yangon. Credit: AFP Photo/Getty Images.)

Myanmar: Opposition Expecting Landslide Victory20151109

Myanmar opposition party, National League for Democracy, expects to win 70 percent of seats. Also in the programme, Syrian migrants' stories in Lebanon and how clean is world athletics?

(Photo: Supporters of Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi outside the National League of Democracy (NLD) headquarters in Yangon. Credit: AFP Photo/Getty Images.)

Nairobi Apartment Collapse: Authorities Demolish Neighbouring Buildings20160506

We hear from a journalist down in Huruma where low rise buildings considered unfit for human habitation are being destroyed, a week after an apartment block collapsed killing more than 30 people. Also, North Korea's first political congress in 36 years, why is it significant? And legal action against the Australian blogger who lied about having cancer and beating it with natural remedies.

( Images: Demolitions in Huruma. Credit: Robert Nagila)

Nairobi Apartment Collapse: Authorities Demolish Neighbouring Buildings20160506

We hear from a journalist down in Huruma where low rise buildings considered unfit for human habitation are being destroyed, a week after an apartment block collapsed killing more than 30 people. Also, North Korea's first political congress in 36 years, why is it significant? And legal action against the Australian blogger who lied about having cancer and beating it with natural remedies.

( Images: Demolitions in Huruma. Credit: Robert Nagila)

Nationwide Security Operation In Pakistan20170217

The latest from the BBC's Urdu service on the nationwide security operation and protests following yesterday's attack on a Sufi Muslim shrine in Sindh province.

Also today; Reaction to President Trump's attack on media at the White House press conference; South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed, whose name has been trending on Twitter; an environmental lawyer in the Philippines killed in front of her children, and why German parents are advised to destroy a children's doll, and the experience of men with post-natal depression.

(Photo: A paramilitary soldier in Pakistan guards the Sufi Muslim shrine in Sehwan. Credit: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters)

Nationwide Security Operation In Pakistan20170217

The latest from the BBC's Urdu service on the nationwide security operation and protests following yesterday's attack on a Sufi Muslim shrine in Sindh province.

Also today; Reaction to President Trump's attack on media at the White House press conference; South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed, whose name has been trending on Twitter; an environmental lawyer in the Philippines killed in front of her children, and why German parents are advised to destroy a children's doll, and the experience of men with post-natal depression.

(Photo: A paramilitary soldier in Pakistan guards the Sufi Muslim shrine in Sehwan. Credit: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters)

Nato Says Russia Must Stop Supporting Assad20151008

Fresh Russian air raids in Syria as Nato debates crisis. South Sudan tries again to win first World Cup match. Kenya's parliament has no money for cleaning. Rupert Murdoch asks "What about a real black president?"

(Photo: Russian plane. Credit: AP)

Nato Says Russia Must Stop Supporting Assad20151008

Fresh Russian air raids in Syria as Nato debates crisis. South Sudan tries again to win first World Cup match. Kenya's parliament has no money for cleaning. Rupert Murdoch asks "What about a real black president?"

(Photo: Russian plane. Credit: AP)

Nato: Russian Violations Of Turkish Airspace Not Accidental20151006

NATO says Moscow hadn't provided any real explanation for the incursions over Turkey; aslo in the programme what is life like for Edward Snowden and Takaaki Kajita from Japan and Arthur McDonald from Canada win the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics.

(Photo: Russian army pilot at a cockpit of SU-25M jet fighter at Hmeimim airbase in Syria. Credit: Komsomolskaya Pravda and Associated Press)

Nato: Russian Violations Of Turkish Airspace Not Accidental20151006

NATO says Moscow hadn't provided any real explanation for the incursions over Turkey; aslo in the programme what is life like for Edward Snowden and Takaaki Kajita from Japan and Arthur McDonald from Canada win the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics.

(Photo: Russian army pilot at a cockpit of SU-25M jet fighter at Hmeimim airbase in Syria. Credit: Komsomolskaya Pravda and Associated Press)

New Eu Asylum Policy20160406

The European Commission is due to unveil options for reforms to the way EU countries handle asylum claims in response to the migrant crisis.

(Photo: Migrants arrive in Turkey Credit: EPA)

New Eu Asylum Policy20160406

The European Commission is due to unveil options for reforms to the way EU countries handle asylum claims in response to the migrant crisis.

(Photo: Migrants arrive in Turkey Credit: EPA)

New Uk Prime Minister Names First Cabinet20160714

Theresa May names some more of her top team, as the world reacts to the appointment of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary. Plus - ESPY awards see top NBA players in plea for end to US violence and discrimination. And - would you scatter your ashes in space?

New Uk Prime Minister Names First Cabinet20160714

Theresa May names some more of her top team, as the world reacts to the appointment of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary. Plus - ESPY awards see top NBA players in plea for end to US violence and discrimination. And - would you scatter your ashes in space?

Nigeria Marks Two Years Since Chibok Kidnappings20160414

After a video is released seeming to show some of the 219 abducted schoolgirls are alive, it's still unclear whether they will ever be returned home.

We also have more on the German government's new plan for integrating refugees.

Plus why the nation of Bhutan has always played an important role for the British royal family.

(Photo: Mothers of the missing Chibok schoolgirls gather in the northeastern Nigerian city of Chibok. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Nigeria Marks Two Years Since Chibok Kidnappings20160414

After a video is released seeming to show some of the 219 abducted schoolgirls are alive, it's still unclear whether they will ever be returned home.

We also have more on the German government's new plan for integrating refugees.

Plus why the nation of Bhutan has always played an important role for the British royal family.

(Photo: Mothers of the missing Chibok schoolgirls gather in the northeastern Nigerian city of Chibok. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Nigerian Capital 'cut Off By Air'20170309

Abuja's international airport closes for six weeks for runway repairs. Passengers are re-routed to Kaduna - three hours away - but many airlines are refusing to make the move

Clashes at a protest march over housing near Johannesburg leave a number of people injured

Weight-loss surgery for the world's 'heaviest woman'

And, Barcelona - was that the greatest comeback ever?

(Photo: Re-routed passengers arrive at Kaduna airport in Nigeria. Credit: Stringer/AFP/Getty Images)

Nigerian Capital 'cut Off By Air'20170309

Abuja's international airport closes for six weeks for runway repairs. Passengers are re-routed to Kaduna - three hours away - but many airlines are refusing to make the move

Clashes at a protest march over housing near Johannesburg leave a number of people injured

Weight-loss surgery for the world's 'heaviest woman'

And, Barcelona - was that the greatest comeback ever?

(Photo: Re-routed passengers arrive at Kaduna airport in Nigeria. Credit: Stringer/AFP/Getty Images)

Nigerian President Returns Home20170310

President Buhari is back after two months spent in London on medical leave. It's unclear whether he'll return to work immediately

Also - South Korean media say President Park's impeachment and removal from office is an 'embarrassment'

More US states launch legal challenges to President Trump's travel ban

And another 'Children Bank of India' fake banknote turns up in a Delhi ATM

(Photo: President Buhari arrives at a Kaduna military airbase. Credit: BBC)

Nigerian President Returns Home20170310

President Buhari is back after two months spent in London on medical leave. It's unclear whether he'll return to work immediately

Also - South Korean media say President Park's impeachment and removal from office is an 'embarrassment'

More US states launch legal challenges to President Trump's travel ban

And another 'Children Bank of India' fake banknote turns up in a Delhi ATM

(Photo: President Buhari arrives at a Kaduna military airbase. Credit: BBC)

North Korea Threatens War20150821

North Korea puts troops on war footing after exchanging artillery fire with the South; Macedonian police fires tear gas at migrants trying to enter the country through Greece; Syriza rebels form new party after Greek Prime Minister Tsipras resigns.

(Photo: North Korean soldiers parade in Pyongyang, AP Photo/Xinhua)

North Korea Threatens War20150821

North Korea puts troops on war footing after exchanging artillery fire with the South; Macedonian police fires tear gas at migrants trying to enter the country through Greece; Syriza rebels form new party after Greek Prime Minister Tsipras resigns.

(Photo: North Korean soldiers parade in Pyongyang, AP Photo/Xinhua)

North Korean Hydrogen Bomb Test 'serious Threat'20160106

What is a hydrogen bomb and what would it mean if North Korea has one? Victims describe how they were attacked on New Year's Eve in Cologne. And, technology reporter Zoe Kleinman tells us how virtual reality made her throw up. - well, nearly.

(Photo: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

North Korean Hydrogen Bomb Test 'serious Threat'20160106

What is a hydrogen bomb and what would it mean if North Korea has one? Victims describe how they were attacked on New Year's Eve in Cologne. And, technology reporter Zoe Kleinman tells us how virtual reality made her throw up. - well, nearly.

(Photo: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

North Korean Military Chief Executed?20160210

South Korean media reporting top North Korean general executed. Also, latest reaction to the New Hampshire primary results. And mobile phone encryption is now so secure that police can't get in. Plus: #KeepSydneyOpen.

(Photo: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images)

North Korean Military Chief Executed?20160210

South Korean media reporting top North Korean general executed. Also, latest reaction to the New Hampshire primary results. And mobile phone encryption is now so secure that police can't get in. Plus: #KeepSydneyOpen.

(Photo: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images)

'number Of Suspects Dead' In Paris Police Raid20151118

The alleged mastermind behind Friday's attack, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was the target of the police operation. Explosions and gunfire were heard, and a number of people have been arrested. Nigerian authorities say more than 30 people were killed in a suicide bomb attack in the north-eastern town of Yola. And the man who defended a young Muslim girl from racist abuse on the London Underground.

(Photo: Policemen stand guard in the northern Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

'number Of Suspects Dead' In Paris Police Raid20151118

The alleged mastermind behind Friday's attack, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was the target of the police operation. Explosions and gunfire were heard, and a number of people have been arrested. Nigerian authorities say more than 30 people were killed in a suicide bomb attack in the north-eastern town of Yola. And the man who defended a young Muslim girl from racist abuse on the London Underground.

(Photo: Policemen stand guard in the northern Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Obama's Last Sotu Speech20160113

With one eye on his legacy, President Obama has set out his administration's priorities for 2016. What did the world make of it? Also in the programme Poland's tightening grip on the media worries Europe and a look inside El Chapo's hiding place, the Mexican drug lord who was arrested last Friday. (Photo: U.S. President Barack Obama delivering his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in Washington. Credit: Reuters.)

Obama's Last Sotu Speech20160113

With one eye on his legacy, President Obama has set out his administration's priorities for 2016. What did the world make of it? Also in the programme Poland's tightening grip on the media worries Europe and a look inside El Chapo's hiding place, the Mexican drug lord who was arrested last Friday. (Photo: U.S. President Barack Obama delivering his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in Washington. Credit: Reuters.)

Olympic Chiefs Decide Whether Russia Will Go To Rio20160621

International Olympic Committee meets but it's thought Russian athletes will remain banned from Rio over doping. Also today - man held over Trump plot. Yellow Fever epidemic declared in Democratic Republic of Congo. And - it's International Yoga Day. (Photo: Getty Images)

Olympic Chiefs Decide Whether Russia Will Go To Rio20160621

International Olympic Committee meets but it's thought Russian athletes will remain banned from Rio over doping. Also today - man held over Trump plot. Yellow Fever epidemic declared in Democratic Republic of Congo. And - it's International Yoga Day. (Photo: Getty Images)

On Board Msf Rescue Ship: Your Questions Answered20160908

Our reporter, Lucy Grey, joins us from the MSF rescue ship SOS Mediterranee, with Dr Sarah Giles and rescuer Tony Laurent, to answer your questions about the rescue mission to help migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.

Also: Who are Liberty Media and why are they buying Formula 1 for $4.4bn? What's on at the Paralympics in Rio? And does dancing in the street empower women? A Lahore flash mob triggers debate in Pakistan.

(Photo: Lucy Grey with Dr Sarah Giles and Tony Laurent. Credit: Lucy Grey.)

On Board Msf Rescue Ship: Your Questions Answered20160908

Our reporter, Lucy Grey, joins us from the MSF rescue ship SOS Mediterranee, with Dr Sarah Giles and rescuer Tony Laurent, to answer your questions about the rescue mission to help migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.

Also: Who are Liberty Media and why are they buying Formula 1 for $4.4bn? What's on at the Paralympics in Rio? And does dancing in the street empower women? A Lahore flash mob triggers debate in Pakistan.

(Photo: Lucy Grey with Dr Sarah Giles and Tony Laurent. Credit: Lucy Grey.)

One Of The Worst Droughts In A Century20160412

Hundreds of thousands of litres of emergency drinking water are being carried by trains to the southern Indian state of Maharashtra. UNICEF says the use of children as suicide bomber by the Nigerian Islamist group, Boko Haram has increased more than tenfold over the past year. And the bears out of hibernation and harassing a Slovakian mountain town.

( Image: An Indian man holds an umbrella as he walks on the dry reservoir bed next to Gunda Dam in India"s western Gujarat state, Vast regions of western India have been facing acute water shortages due to drought conditions. Credit: Sam Panthaky/ AFP/Getty Images)

One Of The Worst Droughts In A Century20160412

Hundreds of thousands of litres of emergency drinking water are being carried by trains to the southern Indian state of Maharashtra. UNICEF says the use of children as suicide bomber by the Nigerian Islamist group, Boko Haram has increased more than tenfold over the past year. And the bears out of hibernation and harassing a Slovakian mountain town.

( Image: An Indian man holds an umbrella as he walks on the dry reservoir bed next to Gunda Dam in India"s western Gujarat state, Vast regions of western India have been facing acute water shortages due to drought conditions. Credit: Sam Panthaky/ AFP/Getty Images)

One Resident Trapped By The Fighting In Kunduz20161003

A young woman hiding in the basement from the fighting in Kunduz, in northern Afghanistan.

What happened to Kim Kardashian when she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris?

Greek police fires tear gas at pensioners taking part in an anti-austerity protest in Athens.

And what now for Colombia, after the voters reject the peace deal with FARC?

One Resident Trapped By The Fighting In Kunduz20161003

A young woman hiding in the basement from the fighting in Kunduz, in northern Afghanistan.

What happened to Kim Kardashian when she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris?

Greek police fires tear gas at pensioners taking part in an anti-austerity protest in Athens.

And what now for Colombia, after the voters reject the peace deal with FARC?

Oregon College Shooting20151002

US President Barack Obama expresses frustration over the "routine" response to mass shootings, after a gunman killed nine people in Oregon. Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Paris for his first international talks since ordering bombing raids in Syria, and the link between cancer and height explained.

(Photo: Vigil following mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. Credit: Reuters)

Oregon College Shooting20151002

US President Barack Obama expresses frustration over the "routine" response to mass shootings, after a gunman killed nine people in Oregon. Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Paris for his first international talks since ordering bombing raids in Syria, and the link between cancer and height explained.

(Photo: Vigil following mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. Credit: Reuters)

Orlando Attack: Gunman Visited Club Numerous Times20160614

Regulars at Pulse nightclub say they saw Omaar Mateen trying to pick up men while it has also emerged that he had used gay dating apps. Also, we are behind the scenes at the European Parliament in Brussels, days ahead of a UK referendum on its membership of the European Union.

Orlando Attack: Gunman Visited Club Numerous Times20160614

Regulars at Pulse nightclub say they saw Omaar Mateen trying to pick up men while it has also emerged that he had used gay dating apps. Also, we are behind the scenes at the European Parliament in Brussels, days ahead of a UK referendum on its membership of the European Union.

Orlando Shootings: Latest Updates20160613

Our security correspondent Gordon Corera tells us about the FBI's previous investigations into Omar Mateen, and we hear from Laura Bicker in Orlando on how the community there are responding. Also, we ask what can be done to curb football hooliganism after fans at Euro 2016 clashed over the weekend. And, what do we need to know about the smash Broadway musical, Hamilton?

(Photo: A small makeshift memorial near the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

Orlando Shootings: Latest Updates20160613

Our security correspondent Gordon Corera tells us about the FBI's previous investigations into Omar Mateen, and we hear from Laura Bicker in Orlando on how the community there are responding. Also, we ask what can be done to curb football hooliganism after fans at Euro 2016 clashed over the weekend. And, what do we need to know about the smash Broadway musical, Hamilton?

(Photo: A small makeshift memorial near the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

Os In Istanbul: Three Months Since The Attempted Coup20161014

What is making the news today in Turkey? We find out how journalists operate in the post-coup era. Also, First Ladies Aisha Buhari and Michelle Obama making headlines. And, Thailand in deep mourning as the body of King Bhumibol Adulyadej is moved to the royal palace.

(Photo: Nuala McGovern and guests in Istanbul)

Os In Istanbul: Three Months Since The Attempted Coup20161014

What is making the news today in Turkey? We find out how journalists operate in the post-coup era. Also, First Ladies Aisha Buhari and Michelle Obama making headlines. And, Thailand in deep mourning as the body of King Bhumibol Adulyadej is moved to the royal palace.

(Photo: Nuala McGovern and guests in Istanbul)

Oscar Pistorius Verdict Changed To Murder20151203

Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius is found guilty of murder after a South African appeals court overturns an earlier manslaughter verdict. Plus, the UK carries out its first air strikes in Syria, two Fifa officials are arrested in Swiss hotel raid, and the massive operation in India to rescue people trapped by floods in Chennai.

(Photo: Oscar Pistorius. Credit: Press Association)

Oscar Pistorius Verdict Changed To Murder20151203

Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius is found guilty of murder after a South African appeals court overturns an earlier manslaughter verdict. Plus, the UK carries out its first air strikes in Syria, two Fifa officials are arrested in Swiss hotel raid, and the massive operation in India to rescue people trapped by floods in Chennai.

(Photo: Oscar Pistorius. Credit: Press Association)

Oscars 2017 Highlights20170227

We'll take you through the key moments from Sunday's 89th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Also: Rainstorms and landslides in Chile have contaminated a major river, forcing officials to cut off drinking water to four million people in Santiago.

Anti-immigrant violence has flared up in South Africa, with foreigners blamed for taking jobs from the locals and for crime.

And we'll go live to the Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona this week.

(Photo: The cast of 'Moonlight' and ''La La Land,' on stage as presenter Warren Beatty shows the winner's envelope for Best Movie 'Moonlight'. Credit: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images.)

Oscars 2017 Highlights20170227

We'll take you through the key moments from Sunday's 89th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Also: Rainstorms and landslides in Chile have contaminated a major river, forcing officials to cut off drinking water to four million people in Santiago.

Anti-immigrant violence has flared up in South Africa, with foreigners blamed for taking jobs from the locals and for crime.

And we'll go live to the Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona this week.

(Photo: The cast of 'Moonlight' and ''La La Land,' on stage as presenter Warren Beatty shows the winner's envelope for Best Movie 'Moonlight'. Credit: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images.)

Panama Papers - The World Reacts20160405

The BBC's business and language services offer insight into the Panama papers; Kenya's William Ruto awaits ICC verdict; More on the fighting between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

(Photo: People demonstrate against Iceland"s Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson in Reykjavik, after a leak of documents by so-called Panama Papers stoked anger over his wife owning a tax haven-based company with large claims on the country"s collapsed banks. Credit: REUTERS/Stigtryggur Johannsson)

Panama Papers - The World Reacts20160405

The BBC's business and language services offer insight into the Panama papers; Kenya's William Ruto awaits ICC verdict; More on the fighting between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

(Photo: People demonstrate against Iceland"s Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson in Reykjavik, after a leak of documents by so-called Panama Papers stoked anger over his wife owning a tax haven-based company with large claims on the country"s collapsed banks. Credit: REUTERS/Stigtryggur Johannsson)

Panama Papers: Huge Leak Of Documents Reveal How The Elite Hide Their Wealth20160404

Eleven million confidential documents were leaked from a secretive Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, which is accused of helping some clients with money laundering and tax evasion. The company has denied any wrongdoing. We hear from the journalist who broke the story. The first migrants to be deported from the EU arrive in Turkey as 16 Syrian refugees arrived in Germany under a deal to tackle the migration crisis in Europe. And making the big bucks, tennis star Novak Djokovic has overtaken Roger Federer as the all time career prize money leader.

( Image: A sign outside the building where Panama-based Mossack Fonseca law firm offices are based. Credit: Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty Images)

Panama Papers: Huge Leak Of Documents Reveal How The Elite Hide Their Wealth20160404

Eleven million confidential documents were leaked from a secretive Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, which is accused of helping some clients with money laundering and tax evasion. The company has denied any wrongdoing. We hear from the journalist who broke the story. The first migrants to be deported from the EU arrive in Turkey as 16 Syrian refugees arrived in Germany under a deal to tackle the migration crisis in Europe. And making the big bucks, tennis star Novak Djokovic has overtaken Roger Federer as the all time career prize money leader.

( Image: A sign outside the building where Panama-based Mossack Fonseca law firm offices are based. Credit: Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty Images)

Paris Attacks Update: Europe On High Alert20151119

French Prime Minister warns that France could face a chemical attack, Belgium police carry out more raids and China condemns the killing of its citizen by so-called Islamic State. Also in the programme, our online Health editor explains why the 'antibiotic apocalypse' matters.

(Photo: Belgian police stage raid in Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. Credit: Reuters.)

Paris Attacks Update: Europe On High Alert20151119

French Prime Minister warns that France could face a chemical attack, Belgium police carry out more raids and China condemns the killing of its citizen by so-called Islamic State. Also in the programme, our online Health editor explains why the 'antibiotic apocalypse' matters.

(Photo: Belgian police stage raid in Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. Credit: Reuters.)

Paris Attacks: Minute Silence20151116

A minute silence was observed across France as investigators name two suspects of the Friday attacks. Manhunt for suspects continues in Belgium and French aircraft strike IS targets in Raqqa. (Photo: French President Francois Hollande and other French leaders during a minute silence in Paris. Credit Associated Press.)

Paris Attacks: Minute Silence20151116

A minute silence was observed across France as investigators name two suspects of the Friday attacks. Manhunt for suspects continues in Belgium and French aircraft strike IS targets in Raqqa. (Photo: French President Francois Hollande and other French leaders during a minute silence in Paris. Credit Associated Press.)

Paris Attacks: Suspect's 'hideout Found'20160108

Belgian prosecutors believe they may have found a Brussels apartment where one of the Paris jihadists hid after the 13 November attacks. Also, a militant from so-called Islamic State publicly executes his mother, Kenya cracks down on sex-talk shows, and hoverboard booth raided at CES tech show.

(Photo: Belgian special forces police officer patrols a street during a police raid in central Brussels. Credit: Reuters)

Paris Attacks: Suspect's 'hideout Found'20160108

Belgian prosecutors believe they may have found a Brussels apartment where one of the Paris jihadists hid after the 13 November attacks. Also, a militant from so-called Islamic State publicly executes his mother, Kenya cracks down on sex-talk shows, and hoverboard booth raided at CES tech show.

(Photo: Belgian special forces police officer patrols a street during a police raid in central Brussels. Credit: Reuters)

Paris Attacks: Suspect's Lawyers Quit20161012

Constant surveillance has damaged Salah Abdeslam's mental health, say lawyers, and they can no longer defend him. Also today, Thai prime minister cuts short engagements amid continued concern for the King's health. How are Donald Trump's core supporters feeling after a messy few days in the US election campaign? And, the man who spent 11 hours boiling a kettle - via wi-fi.

(Photo: Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam. Credit: AP)

Paris Attacks: Suspect's Lawyers Quit20161012

Constant surveillance has damaged Salah Abdeslam's mental health, say lawyers, and they can no longer defend him. Also today, Thai prime minister cuts short engagements amid continued concern for the King's health. How are Donald Trump's core supporters feeling after a messy few days in the US election campaign? And, the man who spent 11 hours boiling a kettle - via wi-fi.

(Photo: Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam. Credit: AP)

Pilgrims Are In A State Of Mourning And Shock20150925

Shock and mourning in Saudi Arabia. UN prepares to launch Sustainable Development Goals. What is behind #FreeKaren? And, we meet Croatia's ambassador.

(Photo: Pilgrims at the Hajj. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Pilgrims Are In A State Of Mourning And Shock20150925

Shock and mourning in Saudi Arabia. UN prepares to launch Sustainable Development Goals. What is behind #FreeKaren? And, we meet Croatia's ambassador.

(Photo: Pilgrims at the Hajj. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Police Strike Halts Brussels Airport Reopening20160401

Plans to partially reopen Brussels airport on Friday evening have been halted amid a strike by airport police over security concerns, in the wake of the recent suicide bombings. Also in the programme: Arrests after deadly India flyover collapse, Bowie tribute concert and some of the best April Fools.

(Photo: Entry to Zaventem airport in Brussels. Credit: EPA)

Police Strike Halts Brussels Airport Reopening20160401

Plans to partially reopen Brussels airport on Friday evening have been halted amid a strike by airport police over security concerns, in the wake of the recent suicide bombings. Also in the programme: Arrests after deadly India flyover collapse, Bowie tribute concert and some of the best April Fools.

(Photo: Entry to Zaventem airport in Brussels. Credit: EPA)

Political Fallout20160624

Live from College Green, close to the UK's Houses of Parliament.

Political Fallout20160624

Live from College Green, close to the UK's Houses of Parliament.

Polling Stations Open In The Us20161108

US voters will decide between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. He told supporters he was offering once-in-a-lifetime change. Mrs Clinton said America needed to build bridges, not walls. Also, Kurdish forces say they are in control of key Iraqi town of Bashiqa. We hear from the father of one of Rurik Jutting's victims. Plus, Nuala is in Mexico, talking to Haitians trying to get into the US.

(Photo: Florida's Cutler Bay encourages voters to turn out. Credit: Kerry SheridanAFP/Getty Images)

Polling Stations Open In The Us20161108

US voters will decide between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. He told supporters he was offering once-in-a-lifetime change. Mrs Clinton said America needed to build bridges, not walls. Also, Kurdish forces say they are in control of key Iraqi town of Bashiqa. We hear from the father of one of Rurik Jutting's victims. Plus, Nuala is in Mexico, talking to Haitians trying to get into the US.

(Photo: Florida's Cutler Bay encourages voters to turn out. Credit: Kerry SheridanAFP/Getty Images)

Polls Close In Philippines Elections20160509

Filipinos are voting for a new president and 18,000 other political positions across the country. Also in the programme, UEFA president Michel Platini is to resign as the organisation's president after he failed to have his six year ban from football overturned. And we catch up from our contributor who managed to escape the wildfires in Fort McMurray, Canada.

(Image: A woman looks for her name on a voter's list of in a Manila suburb. Credit: Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images)

Polls Close In Philippines Elections20160509

Filipinos are voting for a new president and 18,000 other political positions across the country. Also in the programme, UEFA president Michel Platini is to resign as the organisation's president after he failed to have his six year ban from football overturned. And we catch up from our contributor who managed to escape the wildfires in Fort McMurray, Canada.

(Image: A woman looks for her name on a voter's list of in a Manila suburb. Credit: Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images)

Pop Superstar George Michael Remembered20161226

Tributes have been paid to the British singer, George Michael, who has died of heart failure at the age of 53.

We get the latest from Sochi on the Russian plane crash and the operation to recover bodies.

The BBC's Mai Noman talks to us about the Yemen crisis: 'the forgotten war'.

(Photo: George Michael performs on stage during a charity gala in 2012. Credit: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images.)

Pop Superstar George Michael Remembered20161226

Tributes have been paid to the British singer, George Michael, who has died of heart failure at the age of 53.

We get the latest from Sochi on the Russian plane crash and the operation to recover bodies.

The BBC's Mai Noman talks to us about the Yemen crisis: 'the forgotten war'.

(Photo: George Michael performs on stage during a charity gala in 2012. Credit: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images.)

Pope Publishes New Guidelines20160408

Pope Francis publishes new guidelines on family life that argue the Church should show more understanding of modern realities. Also in the programme: Migrant deportations resume from Greece to Turkey, mass kidnapping by Islamic State in Syria and BBC reporter takes a very cold dip in the Antarctic.

(Photo: Pope Francis. Credit: EPA)

Pope Publishes New Guidelines20160408

Pope Francis publishes new guidelines on family life that argue the Church should show more understanding of modern realities. Also in the programme: Migrant deportations resume from Greece to Turkey, mass kidnapping by Islamic State in Syria and BBC reporter takes a very cold dip in the Antarctic.

(Photo: Pope Francis. Credit: EPA)

Pope's Historic Kenya Visit20151126

Pope Francis celebrates Mass with thousands of people in Nairobi, his first visit as Pontiff to Africa. Russian reaction to the release by Turkey of an audio recording that it claims warns the Russian warplane before it was shot down. Cameron makes the case for the UK to launch air strikes against so called Islamic State in Syria. The newborn baby found in a manger at a New York church.

(Photo: Kenyan priests gather at the University of Nairobi. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Pope's Historic Kenya Visit20151126

Pope Francis celebrates Mass with thousands of people in Nairobi, his first visit as Pontiff to Africa. Russian reaction to the release by Turkey of an audio recording that it claims warns the Russian warplane before it was shot down. Cameron makes the case for the UK to launch air strikes against so called Islamic State in Syria. The newborn baby found in a manger at a New York church.

(Photo: Kenyan priests gather at the University of Nairobi. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

President Assad Thanks Russia On Surprise Moscow Visit20151021

Russian media say Russia and Syria leaders discussed the military campaign and a "political settlement". South African police step in as student protests over fees go nationwide. How is Kenyan Vice President Ruto funding his lavish new house? And an army of gutted One Direction fans after cancelled concert. (Photo: ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images)

President Assad Thanks Russia On Surprise Moscow Visit20151021

Russian media say Russia and Syria leaders discussed the military campaign and a "political settlement". South African police step in as student protests over fees go nationwide. How is Kenyan Vice President Ruto funding his lavish new house? And an army of gutted One Direction fans after cancelled concert. (Photo: ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images)

President Dilma Rousseff: Brazilians To Unite Against Zika Virus20160129

President Dilma Rousseff is asking all Brazilians to unite against the Zika virus. Brazil is the country worst affected by Zika, which has been linked to birth defects. We'll get an update from our BBC Brasil team. Also, another attack on a refugee centre in Sweden. We also find out which countries have been added onto Germany's 'safe' list and we hear why Russians are struggling to pay their mortgages?

(Photo: Brazil faces new health epidemic as mosquito borne Zika virus spreads rapidly. Photo: Getty Images)

President Dilma Rousseff: Brazilians To Unite Against Zika Virus20160129

President Dilma Rousseff is asking all Brazilians to unite against the Zika virus. Brazil is the country worst affected by Zika, which has been linked to birth defects. We'll get an update from our BBC Brasil team. Also, another attack on a refugee centre in Sweden. We also find out which countries have been added onto Germany's 'safe' list and we hear why Russians are struggling to pay their mortgages?

(Photo: Brazil faces new health epidemic as mosquito borne Zika virus spreads rapidly. Photo: Getty Images)

President Obama In Hiroshima20160527

No apology as President Obama visits Hiroshima. The attack, he said, demonstrates mankind's ability to destroy itself. Also today - critics say viral Chinese washing powder ad is racist. And after a gang rape in Rio is streamed on social media, does Brazil have a "culture of rape"? (Photo: Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images.)

President Obama In Hiroshima20160527

No apology as President Obama visits Hiroshima. The attack, he said, demonstrates mankind's ability to destroy itself. Also today - critics say viral Chinese washing powder ad is racist. And after a gang rape in Rio is streamed on social media, does Brazil have a "culture of rape"? (Photo: Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images.)

Putin 'probably' Approved Former Spy's Murder20160121

A public inquiry in Britain has found Alexander Litvinenko was killed by the Russian Secret Service and the order was 'probably' approved by President Putin himself. Also on the programme, a commander of Lord's Resistance Army faces war crime changes in The Hague and is there a ninth planet in our Solar System. (Photo: Alexander Litvinenko. Credit: AP and Getty Images.)

Putin 'probably' Approved Former Spy's Murder20160121

A public inquiry in Britain has found Alexander Litvinenko was killed by the Russian Secret Service and the order was 'probably' approved by President Putin himself. Also on the programme, a commander of Lord's Resistance Army faces war crime changes in The Hague and is there a ninth planet in our Solar System. (Photo: Alexander Litvinenko. Credit: AP and Getty Images.)

Race To Evacuate Canada Wildfire Town20160504

Alberta appeals for military assistance as town's gas stations explode in wildfire emergency. Also today, will EU commission approve visa-free travel for Turks? And key Kenya gay rights case in court.

(Photo:Traffic queue of residents fleeing Fort McMurray. Credit: AP)

Race To Evacuate Canada Wildfire Town20160504

Alberta appeals for military assistance as town's gas stations explode in wildfire emergency. Also today, will EU commission approve visa-free travel for Turks? And key Kenya gay rights case in court.

(Photo:Traffic queue of residents fleeing Fort McMurray. Credit: AP)

Race To Find Survivors After Italy Earthquake20160825

The death toll in the Italian earthquake rises to at least 247 as thousands of rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. We speak to our correspondent at the scene. Also, Colombia's ambassador to the UK gives his reaction to the historic peace deal with Farc rebels, US Olympian Hope Solo sacked, and we explain the concept of "misogynoir" after actress Leslie Jones becomes latest hacking victim.

(Photo: Rescuers In Italy continue efforts to find survivors. Credit: Getty Images)

Race To Find Survivors After Italy Earthquake20160825

The death toll in the Italian earthquake rises to at least 247 as thousands of rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. We speak to our correspondent at the scene. Also, Colombia's ambassador to the UK gives his reaction to the historic peace deal with Farc rebels, US Olympian Hope Solo sacked, and we explain the concept of "misogynoir" after actress Leslie Jones becomes latest hacking victim.

(Photo: Rescuers In Italy continue efforts to find survivors. Credit: Getty Images)

Rebels Announce New Aleppo Offensive20161028

Syrian opposition forces say they are trying again to break the siege of the city. They have attacked a government air base to the east of Aleppo. Also today, reports of Pakistani troops killed in Kashmir fighting, Venezuela on strike, and as Twitter announces its video-sharing app Vine is to close, what have been the top clips?

(Photo: Government forces look down on rebel positions near Aleppo. Credit: Georges Ourfalian/AFP/Getty Images)

Rebels Announce New Aleppo Offensive20161028

Syrian opposition forces say they are trying again to break the siege of the city. They have attacked a government air base to the east of Aleppo. Also today, reports of Pakistani troops killed in Kashmir fighting, Venezuela on strike, and as Twitter announces its video-sharing app Vine is to close, what have been the top clips?

(Photo: Government forces look down on rebel positions near Aleppo. Credit: Georges Ourfalian/AFP/Getty Images)

Refugees Fear Europe's Borders Will Close20160225

Ministers meet in Brussels to try to forge unity on migration. Also, Turkish football legend Hakan Şükür in trouble. And, 30 years since 'People Power' revolution in the Philippines.

(Photo: Refugees standing in line. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Refugees Fear Europe's Borders Will Close20160225

Ministers meet in Brussels to try to forge unity on migration. Also, Turkish football legend Hakan Şükür in trouble. And, 30 years since 'People Power' revolution in the Philippines.

(Photo: Refugees standing in line. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Remembering The Victims Of The Nepal Earthquake, One Year On20160425

We're in Nepal on the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake which killed almost 9,000 people. Aid agencies say millions of people are still in makeshift accommodation amid criticism of government bureaucracy hampering reconstruction efforts. We also hear from Germany where President Obama has made a speech accusing Europe of being complacent about its security. And Africa celebrates Papa Wemba, the Congolese singer and band leader who died at the weekend.

(Image: Residents of Kathmandu during a vigil to mark the first anniversary of the Nepal earthquake. Credit: Prakash Mathema/AFP/Getty Images)

Remembering The Victims Of The Nepal Earthquake, One Year On20160425

We're in Nepal on the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake which killed almost 9,000 people. Aid agencies say millions of people are still in makeshift accommodation amid criticism of government bureaucracy hampering reconstruction efforts. We also hear from Germany where President Obama has made a speech accusing Europe of being complacent about its security. And Africa celebrates Papa Wemba, the Congolese singer and band leader who died at the weekend.

(Image: Residents of Kathmandu during a vigil to mark the first anniversary of the Nepal earthquake. Credit: Prakash Mathema/AFP/Getty Images)

Republican Trump's Call To Stop Muslims Entering Us20151208

There has been a storm of condemnation after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a ban on Muslims entering the US. Also on the programme: Oscar Pistorius bailed over his murder conviction, Syria's opposition factions gather in Saudi Arabia for talks, and BBC Religious Affairs correspondent Caroline Wyatt describes life on the road with the Pope.

(Photo: US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Credit: Reuters)

Republican Trump's Call To Stop Muslims Entering Us20151208

There has been a storm of condemnation after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a ban on Muslims entering the US. Also on the programme: Oscar Pistorius bailed over his murder conviction, Syria's opposition factions gather in Saudi Arabia for talks, and BBC Religious Affairs correspondent Caroline Wyatt describes life on the road with the Pope.

(Photo: US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Credit: Reuters)

Rescue Ship Captain Describes Migrant Boat Capsize20160526

Italian rescue ship picks up more than 500 people after their boat capsizes off Libya. Also today - oil prices up; the biggest female baby "ever", and is a Bernie Sanders/Donald Trump debate on the cards? (Photo: EPA)

Rescue Ship Captain Describes Migrant Boat Capsize20160526

Italian rescue ship picks up more than 500 people after their boat capsizes off Libya. Also today - oil prices up; the biggest female baby "ever", and is a Bernie Sanders/Donald Trump debate on the cards? (Photo: EPA)

Results Day For Fifa20160226

Outside Source is live from our sports headquarters in Salford as we await the results of the FIFA presidential election in Zurich today. Also Iran election and Syria 'ceasefire'. (Photo: Reuters )

Results Day For Fifa20160226

Outside Source is live from our sports headquarters in Salford as we await the results of the FIFA presidential election in Zurich today. Also Iran election and Syria 'ceasefire'. (Photo: Reuters )

Rio Olympics Ends, What To Expect From Tokyo 202020160822

A carnival-inspired ceremony drew a close to the 2016 Games, while the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe took a starring role when he appeared as computer game character Super Mario for the official handover to the Olympics 2020 hosts, Tokyo. We hear what else to expect from those games in four years.

An Islamic State militant has apologised and admitted destroying cultural sites in Timbuktu, Mali, in a landmark trial at the International Criminal Court. We speak to our correspondent at the court.

And the designer of the burkini weighs in on the debate surrounding her invention.

( Image: Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe on stage at the Rio Olympics 2016 closing ceremony. Credit: Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)

Rio Olympics Ends, What To Expect From Tokyo 202020160822

A carnival-inspired ceremony drew a close to the 2016 Games, while the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe took a starring role when he appeared as computer game character Super Mario for the official handover to the Olympics 2020 hosts, Tokyo. We hear what else to expect from those games in four years.

An Islamic State militant has apologised and admitted destroying cultural sites in Timbuktu, Mali, in a landmark trial at the International Criminal Court. We speak to our correspondent at the court.

And the designer of the burkini weighs in on the debate surrounding her invention.

( Image: Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe on stage at the Rio Olympics 2016 closing ceremony. Credit: Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)

Rio Paralympic Games Start20160907

We are in Moscow as Russia's banned Paralympic team holds its own two-day event. Also, we hear from Damascus as another peace plan for Syria is under discussion in London. A South African mayor says: No more luxury cars for officials. And, what killed a major London nightclub? Was it dating apps?

(Photo: Polish cycling team. Credit: Alexandre Loureiro/Getty Images)

Rio Paralympic Games Start20160907

We are in Moscow as Russia's banned Paralympic team holds its own two-day event. Also, we hear from Damascus as another peace plan for Syria is under discussion in London. A South African mayor says: No more luxury cars for officials. And, what killed a major London nightclub? Was it dating apps?

(Photo: Polish cycling team. Credit: Alexandre Loureiro/Getty Images)

Rousseff To Face Impeachment Trial20160512

Senators in Brazil have been taking part in an all-night debate on whether to proceed with the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. They have voted that she should face an impeachment trial and will be suspended from office.

The man who shot a teenager in Florida sparking debate about race relations is putting the weapon he used up for auction. George Zimmerman was cleared of the murder of Trayvon Martin - and says he is offering buyers a piece of American history.

An important statement about the future of the BBC is being made in the British parliament. A government minister will give details of changes ahead of a new Royal Charter for the corporation.

(Photo: Senator Jorge Viana, of the Workers Party (PT), delivers a speech during the debate in Brasilia. Credit: Evaristo/AFP/Getty Images)

Rousseff To Face Impeachment Trial20160512

Senators in Brazil have been taking part in an all-night debate on whether to proceed with the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. They have voted that she should face an impeachment trial and will be suspended from office.

The man who shot a teenager in Florida sparking debate about race relations is putting the weapon he used up for auction. George Zimmerman was cleared of the murder of Trayvon Martin - and says he is offering buyers a piece of American history.

An important statement about the future of the BBC is being made in the British parliament. A government minister will give details of changes ahead of a new Royal Charter for the corporation.

(Photo: Senator Jorge Viana, of the Workers Party (PT), delivers a speech during the debate in Brasilia. Credit: Evaristo/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia 'categorically Rejects' Accusations Of War Crimes In Syria20160216

The Turkish foreign ministry has blamed Russia for missile attacks on several hospitals and schools in Syria on Monday that killed dozens of people. The government in Ukraine faces a no confidence vote. And a long-lost musical score by supposed rivals and collaborators Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Italian composer Antonio Salieri - has been found in the Czech National Museum.

(Photo: People gather around the rubble of a hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Syria's northern province of Idlib.

Credit: Ghaith Omran/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia 'categorically Rejects' Accusations Of War Crimes In Syria20160216

The Turkish foreign ministry has blamed Russia for missile attacks on several hospitals and schools in Syria on Monday that killed dozens of people. The government in Ukraine faces a no confidence vote. And a long-lost musical score by supposed rivals and collaborators Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Italian composer Antonio Salieri - has been found in the Czech National Museum.

(Photo: People gather around the rubble of a hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Syria's northern province of Idlib.

Credit: Ghaith Omran/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia Lose Rio Paralympics Ban Appeal20160823

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed a Russian appeal against a ban on its athletes competing in the Paralympics in Rio next month. We go to Moscow for reaction, and ask the head of Russia's anti-doping agency how Russian sport can be cleaned up. Also, the Syrian town of Jarablus is the focus of the battle against Islamic State militants. Nigeria's military says they have killed Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau - again. The hand claps and drum bass at the heart of a lawsuit for Demi Lovato. And, the funniest joke of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

(Photo: Russian paralympic swimmer Alexander Makarov in training. Credit: Vasily Maximov/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia Lose Rio Paralympics Ban Appeal20160823

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed a Russian appeal against a ban on its athletes competing in the Paralympics in Rio next month. We go to Moscow for reaction, and ask the head of Russia's anti-doping agency how Russian sport can be cleaned up. Also, the Syrian town of Jarablus is the focus of the battle against Islamic State militants. Nigeria's military says they have killed Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau - again. The hand claps and drum bass at the heart of a lawsuit for Demi Lovato. And, the funniest joke of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

(Photo: Russian paralympic swimmer Alexander Makarov in training. Credit: Vasily Maximov/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia Pauses Aleppo Airstrikes20161020

Aleppo residents say there have been no Russian aircraft in the skies over the city, as a brief ceasefire begins, to allow rebels and civilians to leave.

The Iraqi Prime Minister says an offensive to drive so-called Islamic State fighters from Mosul is progressing more quickly than expected. We hear from our correspondent near the battlefront.

Nuala McGovern is in Las Vegas with analysis of Wednesday's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz need a $300,000 refurb.

And we bring you the music that will make your baby happy.

(Photo: Members of the Syrian Civil Defence (the White Helmets) search for victims in the rubble of a destroyed building in Aleppo. Credit: Karam al-Masri/AFP/Getty Images.)

Russia Pauses Aleppo Airstrikes20161020

Aleppo residents say there have been no Russian aircraft in the skies over the city, as a brief ceasefire begins, to allow rebels and civilians to leave.

The Iraqi Prime Minister says an offensive to drive so-called Islamic State fighters from Mosul is progressing more quickly than expected. We hear from our correspondent near the battlefront.

Nuala McGovern is in Las Vegas with analysis of Wednesday's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz need a $300,000 refurb.

And we bring you the music that will make your baby happy.

(Photo: Members of the Syrian Civil Defence (the White Helmets) search for victims in the rubble of a destroyed building in Aleppo. Credit: Karam al-Masri/AFP/Getty Images.)

Russia Responds To Us Sanctions20161230

The Foreign Ministry has called for 35 US diplomats to be expelled, equalling the number of Russian diplomats being sent home from the United States amid allegations of hacking by Russia.

Also in the programme, is the ceasefire in Syria holding? We hear from BBC Arabic and speak to the International Red Cross in Damascus about the

humanitarian challenges ahead.

And what technology should we look forward to in 2017?

(Image: File photos of Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin from December 2016. Credit: Saul Loeb, Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia Responds To Us Sanctions20161230

The Foreign Ministry has called for 35 US diplomats to be expelled, equalling the number of Russian diplomats being sent home from the United States amid allegations of hacking by Russia.

Also in the programme, is the ceasefire in Syria holding? We hear from BBC Arabic and speak to the International Red Cross in Damascus about the

humanitarian challenges ahead.

And what technology should we look forward to in 2017?

(Image: File photos of Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin from December 2016. Credit: Saul Loeb, Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia Using Iranian Air Base For Syria Air Strikes20160816

The Russian defence ministry says its long-range bombers and fighter jets took off from the Hamedan base in western Iran and killed a "large number" of rebel fighters. In recent months, Moscow and Tehran have discussed boosting military co-operation.

United Nations peacekeepers in South Sudan have been accused of failing to rescue foreign aid workers when their base was attacked last month, we hear from our African security correspondent.

And trying to figure out what on earth is going on in the Olympic omnium cycling event? We'll help you out.

( Image: Russian Tupolev long-range bomber based in Iran Credit: Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation/Handout via Reuters)

Russia Using Iranian Air Base For Syria Air Strikes20160816

The Russian defence ministry says its long-range bombers and fighter jets took off from the Hamedan base in western Iran and killed a "large number" of rebel fighters. In recent months, Moscow and Tehran have discussed boosting military co-operation.

United Nations peacekeepers in South Sudan have been accused of failing to rescue foreign aid workers when their base was attacked last month, we hear from our African security correspondent.

And trying to figure out what on earth is going on in the Olympic omnium cycling event? We'll help you out.

( Image: Russian Tupolev long-range bomber based in Iran Credit: Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation/Handout via Reuters)

Russia: Plan To Open Humanitarian Corridors In Aleppo20160728

The Russian defence ministry says it is working with the Syrian army to open humanitarian corridors to allow civilians and rebel fighters to leave the besieged city. More than a quarter of a million people have been trapped in the city and humanitarian agencies have warned of people starving to death.

Also, we have reaction to President Obama's speech at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. And, is snot good for you? Scientists have discovered a new class of antibiotics by analysing what is up your nose.

(Photo: Syrians carry a wounded man away from the rubble of a building in the opposition-held district of Al-Mashhad near Aleppo. Credit: Karam al-Masri/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia: Plan To Open Humanitarian Corridors In Aleppo20160728

The Russian defence ministry says it is working with the Syrian army to open humanitarian corridors to allow civilians and rebel fighters to leave the besieged city. More than a quarter of a million people have been trapped in the city and humanitarian agencies have warned of people starving to death.

Also, we have reaction to President Obama's speech at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. And, is snot good for you? Scientists have discovered a new class of antibiotics by analysing what is up your nose.

(Photo: Syrians carry a wounded man away from the rubble of a building in the opposition-held district of Al-Mashhad near Aleppo. Credit: Karam al-Masri/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia: Terrorist Act Caused Egypt Plane Crash20151117

Russian security services say the plane was downed by a bomb. President Putin has vowed to find those responsible and punish them. Police in France have carried out more than 100 raids across the country in search of radical jihadists. And, five miners in Tanzania have been rescued after spending more than 41 days trapped underground.

( Photo: Debris of the A321 Russian airliner lie on the ground a day after the plane crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.

Credit: Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia: Terrorist Act Caused Egypt Plane Crash20151117

Russian security services say the plane was downed by a bomb. President Putin has vowed to find those responsible and punish them. Police in France have carried out more than 100 raids across the country in search of radical jihadists. And, five miners in Tanzania have been rescued after spending more than 41 days trapped underground.

( Photo: Debris of the A321 Russian airliner lie on the ground a day after the plane crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.

Credit: Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images)

Russian Authorities Deny Doping Admission20161228

Statement came after the acting head of Russia's anti-doping agency apparently admits 'institutional conspiracy' to the New York Times. Officials now say her words were misquoted.

Also: Turkey and Russia agree a Syria-wide ceasefire - but reports say it does not apply to 'terrorist groups'.

We look at Carrie Fisher's vast body of work, and the many tributes paid to her.

Plus, BBC Vietnamese tell us the circumstances behind the illegal employment of thousands in Britain - after police raid nail bars and arrest almost 100 people.

(Photo: The Russian Olympic Committee building in Moscow. Credit: KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images)

Russian Authorities Deny Doping Admission20161228

Statement came after the acting head of Russia's anti-doping agency apparently admits 'institutional conspiracy' to the New York Times. Officials now say her words were misquoted.

Also: Turkey and Russia agree a Syria-wide ceasefire - but reports say it does not apply to 'terrorist groups'.

We look at Carrie Fisher's vast body of work, and the many tributes paid to her.

Plus, BBC Vietnamese tell us the circumstances behind the illegal employment of thousands in Britain - after police raid nail bars and arrest almost 100 people.

(Photo: The Russian Olympic Committee building in Moscow. Credit: KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images)

Russian Parliament Permits Putin To Deploy Troops In Syria20150930

Russia's upper house of parliament votes unanimously to give President Vladimir Putin approval to deploy the country's military in Syria. The US state of Georgia executes the first woman since 1945. An Indian man is lynched over beef rumours and Edward Snowden joins Twitter.

(Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council in Moscow. Credit: Reuters)

Russian Parliament Permits Putin To Deploy Troops In Syria20150930

Russia's upper house of parliament votes unanimously to give President Vladimir Putin approval to deploy the country's military in Syria. The US state of Georgia executes the first woman since 1945. An Indian man is lynched over beef rumours and Edward Snowden joins Twitter.

(Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council in Moscow. Credit: Reuters)

Russian Pilot Rescued20151125

One of the Russian pilots whose plane was shot down by Turkey on Tuesday has been rescued in Syria. In Moscow, demonstrators have pelted the Turkish embassy with stones, paint and eggs. We get the view from Turkey and Russia, and get analysis on the international impact. Also, Pope Francis is in Kenya, the footage of a black man shot by police in Chicago triggers protest, and a woman's message about life in Raqqa under Islamic State militants.

(Photo: Russians protest against Turkey outside the Turkish embassy in Moscow. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

Russian Pilot Rescued20151125

One of the Russian pilots whose plane was shot down by Turkey on Tuesday has been rescued in Syria. In Moscow, demonstrators have pelted the Turkish embassy with stones, paint and eggs. We get the view from Turkey and Russia, and get analysis on the international impact. Also, Pope Francis is in Kenya, the footage of a black man shot by police in Chicago triggers protest, and a woman's message about life in Raqqa under Islamic State militants.

(Photo: Russians protest against Turkey outside the Turkish embassy in Moscow. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

Russian Plane Hit By 'external Influence'20151102

A Russian airline official rules out a technical fault as the cause of the Metrojet plane crash over Egypt's Sinai peninsula. We go to Moscow and Cairo for the latest. Also on the programme: Turkish politicians begin forming a single-party government after a resounding victory for the AKP; members of 'Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently' group are killed in Turkey; and Yemen prepares for a rare tropical cyclone.

(Photo: A tribute to crash victims at the offices of Metrojet in Moscow. Credit: EPA/Yuri Kochetkov)

Russian Plane Hit By 'external Influence'20151102

A Russian airline official rules out a technical fault as the cause of the Metrojet plane crash over Egypt's Sinai peninsula. We go to Moscow and Cairo for the latest. Also on the programme: Turkish politicians begin forming a single-party government after a resounding victory for the AKP; members of 'Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently' group are killed in Turkey; and Yemen prepares for a rare tropical cyclone.

(Photo: A tribute to crash victims at the offices of Metrojet in Moscow. Credit: EPA/Yuri Kochetkov)

Russian Rocket Blasts Off Into Space20151215

A Russian, an American and a Briton travel into space. Not the start of a joke, but the latest visit to the International Space Station. We kick off the programme with the launch, live from Kazakhstan. Also: the Turkish army builds up its presence in southeast Turkey's Kurdish towns, power cuts in the Philippines from typhoon Melor, Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa continues his hunger strike in Egypt, words of warning from China as Rupert Wingfield Hayes flies over the Spratly Islands, and Star Wars -- the force has awakened.

Photo: The Soyuz TMA-19M rocket as it is launched at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Credit: AFP/NASA/Joel Kowsky)

Russian Rocket Blasts Off Into Space20151215

A Russian, an American and a Briton travel into space. Not the start of a joke, but the latest visit to the International Space Station. We kick off the programme with the launch, live from Kazakhstan. Also: the Turkish army builds up its presence in southeast Turkey's Kurdish towns, power cuts in the Philippines from typhoon Melor, Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa continues his hunger strike in Egypt, words of warning from China as Rupert Wingfield Hayes flies over the Spratly Islands, and Star Wars -- the force has awakened.

Photo: The Soyuz TMA-19M rocket as it is launched at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Credit: AFP/NASA/Joel Kowsky)

Sakharov Prize For Saudi Blogger20151216

Raif Badawi is jailed for ten years and sentenced to a thousand lashes in Saudi Arabia for insulting Islam. His wife, Ensaf Haidar, will accept the award by the European Parliament on his behalf. Also on the programme, Pakistan one year after the attack on the Peshawar school and will higher US interest rates have any financial impact on your life?

(Photo: Protest in Vienna aganst the improsinment of Saudi blogger, Raif Badawi. Credit: AP Photo.)

Sakharov Prize For Saudi Blogger20151216

Raif Badawi is jailed for ten years and sentenced to a thousand lashes in Saudi Arabia for insulting Islam. His wife, Ensaf Haidar, will accept the award by the European Parliament on his behalf. Also on the programme, Pakistan one year after the attack on the Peshawar school and will higher US interest rates have any financial impact on your life?

(Photo: Protest in Vienna aganst the improsinment of Saudi blogger, Raif Badawi. Credit: AP Photo.)

Samsung Share Price Hammered20161011

Experts say Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 issues could result in huge financial and reputational costs. Also today: Iran football fans told to mourn not cheer at Tuesday international. And we ask what the world would be like if there were more women in tech.

(Photo: Galaxy Note 7 battery fire aftermath. Credit: Reuters)

Samsung Share Price Hammered20161011

Experts say Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 issues could result in huge financial and reputational costs. Also today: Iran football fans told to mourn not cheer at Tuesday international. And we ask what the world would be like if there were more women in tech.

(Photo: Galaxy Note 7 battery fire aftermath. Credit: Reuters)

Savchenko Trial: Russian Verdict20160321

A Russian judge reads the verdict on Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, accused of helping to kill two Russian journalists - we hear live from the court. Also in the programme: US President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba, the Yemeni Jews brought to Israel in secret, and the row over equal prize money in tennis.

(Photo: Savchnko supporters. Credit: EPA)

Savchenko Trial: Russian Verdict20160321

A Russian judge reads the verdict on Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, accused of helping to kill two Russian journalists - we hear live from the court. Also in the programme: US President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba, the Yemeni Jews brought to Israel in secret, and the row over equal prize money in tennis.

(Photo: Savchnko supporters. Credit: EPA)

Search For Missing Egyptair Plane20160519

Massive search operation as flight disppears over the Mediterranean. Also, will the rescue of one of the kidnapped Chibok girls help find the others? Portugal powered solely by renewables for four days.

(Photo: Map of flight route of EgyptAir MS804. Credit: Flightradar24/PA)

Search For Missing Egyptair Plane20160519

Massive search operation as flight disppears over the Mediterranean. Also, will the rescue of one of the kidnapped Chibok girls help find the others? Portugal powered solely by renewables for four days.

(Photo: Map of flight route of EgyptAir MS804. Credit: Flightradar24/PA)

Security Heightened For New Year's Eve Festivities20151231

Firework displays in Brussels and Paris are cancelled, while the Red Square in Moscow has been closed to the public. Two people have been sentenced to death for their involvement in the murder of Bangladesh blogger, Ahmed Rajib Haider. And the man who's run from Vancouver to Buenos Aires for charity.

(Photo: A Belgian soldier patrols Brussels Grand Place. Credit: Francois Lenoir/Reuters)

Security Heightened For New Year's Eve Festivities20151231

Firework displays in Brussels and Paris are cancelled, while the Red Square in Moscow has been closed to the public. Two people have been sentenced to death for their involvement in the murder of Bangladesh blogger, Ahmed Rajib Haider. And the man who's run from Vancouver to Buenos Aires for charity.

(Photo: A Belgian soldier patrols Brussels Grand Place. Credit: Francois Lenoir/Reuters)

Series Of Coordinated Bomb Blasts In Thailand20160812

Four people were killed in the attacks which targeted tourist resorts as well as the towns of Surat Thani, Trand and Hua Hin - home to a royal palace. Thai police say the blasts have nothing to do with terrorism.

In Syria, Russia holds a second morning pause in the bombardment of rebels in Aleppo to allow in badly needed food and medicine. We hear what it's like for medical professionals working in the besieged city.

And who is Leonidas of Rhodes, whose 2,000 year-old Olympic record has been beaten by super swimmer Michael Phelps.

(Image: Police officer stands guard at site of an explosion in Hua Hin Thailand Credit: Dario Pignatelli/Getty Images)

Series Of Coordinated Bomb Blasts In Thailand20160812

Four people were killed in the attacks which targeted tourist resorts as well as the towns of Surat Thani, Trand and Hua Hin - home to a royal palace. Thai police say the blasts have nothing to do with terrorism.

In Syria, Russia holds a second morning pause in the bombardment of rebels in Aleppo to allow in badly needed food and medicine. We hear what it's like for medical professionals working in the besieged city.

And who is Leonidas of Rhodes, whose 2,000 year-old Olympic record has been beaten by super swimmer Michael Phelps.

(Image: Police officer stands guard at site of an explosion in Hua Hin Thailand Credit: Dario Pignatelli/Getty Images)

Series Of Deadly Attacks On Syrian Coastal Cities20160523

So-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the attacks in Tartous and Jableh. Also, we hear from our Vietnamese and Chinese service on President Obama's visit to Vietnam and the lifting of the arms embargo. And, Lego tell us why an accusation that they are in an 'arms race' for exciting new products, is wrong.

(Photo: Official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) picture shows security officials and civilians inspecting the damage following a bombing at a bus station in the coastal city of Tartous. Credit: European Photopress Agency)

Series Of Deadly Attacks On Syrian Coastal Cities20160523

So-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the attacks in Tartous and Jableh. Also, we hear from our Vietnamese and Chinese service on President Obama's visit to Vietnam and the lifting of the arms embargo. And, Lego tell us why an accusation that they are in an 'arms race' for exciting new products, is wrong.

(Photo: Official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) picture shows security officials and civilians inspecting the damage following a bombing at a bus station in the coastal city of Tartous. Credit: European Photopress Agency)

Sharing The Burden20151104

The first 30 migrants have been flown from Greece to Luxembourg for relocation. Also in the programme, Romanian Prime minister resigns over nightclub fire which killed 32 people, and China and Taiwan leaders to meet for talks on the weekend.

(Photo: A girl waits along with other migrants and refugees to travel to the Greek island of Chios from the Turkish province of Izmir. Credit: AFP Photo).

Sharing The Burden20151104

The first 30 migrants have been flown from Greece to Luxembourg for relocation. Also in the programme, Romanian Prime minister resigns over nightclub fire which killed 32 people, and China and Taiwan leaders to meet for talks on the weekend.

(Photo: A girl waits along with other migrants and refugees to travel to the Greek island of Chios from the Turkish province of Izmir. Credit: AFP Photo).

Shock Over Murder Of British Mp20160617

Tributes are being paid to Jo Cox after she was shot and stabbed in the street while meeting her constituents in West Yorkshire in the north of England. Also in the programme, we speak to the Secretary General of the medical aid charity MSF after it rejects funds from the European Union and its member states over its migrant policies. And we hear why there's upset at the use of a scientific research ship to break ice in the Arctic.

(Image: Floral tributes and candles are placed by a picture of slain Labour MP Jo Cox at a vigil in Parliament square in London. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivias/AFP/Getty Images)

Shock Over Murder Of British Mp20160617

Tributes are being paid to Jo Cox after she was shot and stabbed in the street while meeting her constituents in West Yorkshire in the north of England. Also in the programme, we speak to the Secretary General of the medical aid charity MSF after it rejects funds from the European Union and its member states over its migrant policies. And we hear why there's upset at the use of a scientific research ship to break ice in the Arctic.

(Image: Floral tributes and candles are placed by a picture of slain Labour MP Jo Cox at a vigil in Parliament square in London. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivias/AFP/Getty Images)

Show Of Religious Solidarity In France20160727

French urged to "overcome hatred" as religious leaders meet President Hollande following Rouen church attack. Also today, Venezuelan children draw pictures of their paltry meals and say "I'm hungry". Fireman Sam controversy over Koran text. More arrests in Turkey. (Photo: Reuters)

Show Of Religious Solidarity In France20160727

French urged to "overcome hatred" as religious leaders meet President Hollande following Rouen church attack. Also today, Venezuelan children draw pictures of their paltry meals and say "I'm hungry". Fireman Sam controversy over Koran text. More arrests in Turkey. (Photo: Reuters)

Slovenia To Deploy Army Over Migrants20151020

Slovenia is the latest country to struggle with the flow of refugees and migrants moving north through the Balkans. We speak to reporters in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. Also in the programme: A red carpet welcome in London for China's President Xi Jinping, Oscar Pistorius released under house arrest and the Uber taxi driver in India found guilty of raping a female passenger.

(Photo: Police ride in front of migrants after they crossed from Croatia into Slovenia. Credit: Associated Press)

Slovenia To Deploy Army Over Migrants20151020

Slovenia is the latest country to struggle with the flow of refugees and migrants moving north through the Balkans. We speak to reporters in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. Also in the programme: A red carpet welcome in London for China's President Xi Jinping, Oscar Pistorius released under house arrest and the Uber taxi driver in India found guilty of raping a female passenger.

(Photo: Police ride in front of migrants after they crossed from Croatia into Slovenia. Credit: Associated Press)

South Korea's First Female President Impeached20161209

President Park Geun-hye apologises for creating "national chaos" in a corruption scandal, after being impeached by South Korea's parliament. We unravel the series of events that led to her downfall.

Also in the programme: The latest on the fate of Syrian civilians trying to flee east Aleppo; Reaction to the World Anti-Doping Agency's report into drug use in Russian sport; and a look at how Donald Trump's new administration is shaping up.

(Photo: South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Credit: AP)

South Korea's First Female President Impeached20161209

President Park Geun-hye apologises for creating "national chaos" in a corruption scandal, after being impeached by South Korea's parliament. We unravel the series of events that led to her downfall.

Also in the programme: The latest on the fate of Syrian civilians trying to flee east Aleppo; Reaction to the World Anti-Doping Agency's report into drug use in Russian sport; and a look at how Donald Trump's new administration is shaping up.

(Photo: South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Credit: AP)

South Sudan President To Sign Peace Deal20150826

A spokesman for President Salva Kiir of South Sudan has told the BBC he will sign a peace deal with the country's rebels today despite ongoing reservations. Also in the programme: Kenya tops the table at the World Athletics Championships; the US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has clashed with TV anchor Jorge Ramos. He was removed from a news conference after repeatedly trying to ask Mr Trump a question about immigration; and in a major step towards normalising relations, Serbia and Kosovo have signed several key agreements, including one giving Kosovo its own telephone country code for the first time.

(Photo: South Sudanese soldiers in Pageri. Credit: Samir Bol/AFP/Getty Images.)

South Sudan President To Sign Peace Deal20150826

A spokesman for President Salva Kiir of South Sudan has told the BBC he will sign a peace deal with the country's rebels today despite ongoing reservations. Also in the programme: Kenya tops the table at the World Athletics Championships; the US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has clashed with TV anchor Jorge Ramos. He was removed from a news conference after repeatedly trying to ask Mr Trump a question about immigration; and in a major step towards normalising relations, Serbia and Kosovo have signed several key agreements, including one giving Kosovo its own telephone country code for the first time.

(Photo: South Sudanese soldiers in Pageri. Credit: Samir Bol/AFP/Getty Images.)

Southern India Mourns Jayalalitha20161206

Tens of thousands pay their respects to the revered Tamil politician, following her death from a heart attack.

Also today: Lady Gaga reveals she suffered from PTSD after being raped at the age of 19.

The #Undress522 campaign takes off in Lebanon.

South Africa mourns gospel great Sfiso Ncwane.

And Iran's President Rouhani says he will not let Donald Trump "rip up" the nuclear agreement.

(Photo: Supporters surround the coffin of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram in Chennai. Credit: ARUN SANKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Southern India Mourns Jayalalitha20161206

Tens of thousands pay their respects to the revered Tamil politician, following her death from a heart attack.

Also today: Lady Gaga reveals she suffered from PTSD after being raped at the age of 19.

The #Undress522 campaign takes off in Lebanon.

South Africa mourns gospel great Sfiso Ncwane.

And Iran's President Rouhani says he will not let Donald Trump "rip up" the nuclear agreement.

(Photo: Supporters surround the coffin of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram in Chennai. Credit: ARUN SANKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Special Broadcast From Cologne20160203

Nuala McGovern is in the newsroom of Funkhaus Europa radio, in the Germany city of Cologne. We talk about issues facing the city in the aftermath of the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, including migration and multiculturalism. In London, Ben James brings you the latest stories from the BBC newsroom - the $46m football transfer that has broken the Asian record, Brazilian footballer Neymar facing charges of tax evasion and fraud in Brazil, and the latest business stories.

(Photo: Nuala McGovern and the Funkhaus Europa team in Cologne. Credit: Funkhaus Europa)

Special Broadcast From Cologne20160203

Nuala McGovern is in the newsroom of Funkhaus Europa radio, in the Germany city of Cologne. We talk about issues facing the city in the aftermath of the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, including migration and multiculturalism. In London, Ben James brings you the latest stories from the BBC newsroom - the $46m football transfer that has broken the Asian record, Brazilian footballer Neymar facing charges of tax evasion and fraud in Brazil, and the latest business stories.

(Photo: Nuala McGovern and the Funkhaus Europa team in Cologne. Credit: Funkhaus Europa)

Sri Lanka Landslides - Scores Missing20160518

Landlines in Sri Lanka after days of rain; Iraqi refugees returning from Europe; Venezuela crisis continues

(Picture: Sri Lankan youths wade through floodwaters in Biyagama,about 17 kms from the capital Colombo. Credit: S.KODIKARA/AFP/Getty Images)

Sri Lanka Landslides - Scores Missing20160518

Landlines in Sri Lanka after days of rain; Iraqi refugees returning from Europe; Venezuela crisis continues

(Picture: Sri Lankan youths wade through floodwaters in Biyagama,about 17 kms from the capital Colombo. Credit: S.KODIKARA/AFP/Getty Images)

Suicide Attack In German City Ansbach20160725

12 people were injured when a failed asylum seeker from Syria detonated a bomb outside a music festival in the southern city. We get reaction from there. Also in the programme, we hear from Turkey where more than 40 journalists have been arrested. And what should we expect from accommodation at the Olympic Village, after the Australian team move out over safety concerns.

(Image: An officer in protective gear is seen at a police cordon near the site of a suicide attack in the German city of Ansbach. Credit: Friebe/AFP/Getty Images)

Suicide Attack In German City Ansbach20160725

12 people were injured when a failed asylum seeker from Syria detonated a bomb outside a music festival in the southern city. We get reaction from there. Also in the programme, we hear from Turkey where more than 40 journalists have been arrested. And what should we expect from accommodation at the Olympic Village, after the Australian team move out over safety concerns.

(Image: An officer in protective gear is seen at a police cordon near the site of a suicide attack in the German city of Ansbach. Credit: Friebe/AFP/Getty Images)

Suicide Bomb Attack At Hospital In Western Pakistan20160808

At least 60 people were killed, many of them lawyers and journalists, in the attack in the Baloch capital Quetta. A further 120 people have been injured, we speak to our correspondent in Pakistan. Also in the programme, why has Japan's Emperor Akihito only hinted at wanting to abdicate in a rare address to the nation? And the owner of a magic wand shop in Britain explains why he's not selling his wares to Harry Potter fans.

( Image: Pakistani local journalists react over the body of a news cameraman Credit: Banaras Khan/ AFP/ Getty Images)

Suicide Bomb Attack At Hospital In Western Pakistan20160808

At least 60 people were killed, many of them lawyers and journalists, in the attack in the Baloch capital Quetta. A further 120 people have been injured, we speak to our correspondent in Pakistan. Also in the programme, why has Japan's Emperor Akihito only hinted at wanting to abdicate in a rare address to the nation? And the owner of a magic wand shop in Britain explains why he's not selling his wares to Harry Potter fans.

( Image: Pakistani local journalists react over the body of a news cameraman Credit: Banaras Khan/ AFP/ Getty Images)

Super Tuesday Wins For Trump And Clinton20160302

Latest Super Tuesday results; Turkey offers to sign migrant readmission agreements with 14 countries; Snow brings Moscow to a standstill; And how your phone might be listening to you.

(Photo: Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) Credit: Reuters/Scott Audette. Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (R) Credit: Javier Galeano/Reuters)

Super Tuesday Wins For Trump And Clinton20160302

Latest Super Tuesday results; Turkey offers to sign migrant readmission agreements with 14 countries; Snow brings Moscow to a standstill; And how your phone might be listening to you.

(Photo: Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) Credit: Reuters/Scott Audette. Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (R) Credit: Javier Galeano/Reuters)

Surprise Honour For Us Vice President Biden20170113

President Obama awarded an emotional Joe Biden with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest US civilian honour. Both men are preparing to leave office when Donald Trump is inaugurated on 20th January.

Also in the programme, an attack on a military airport near Damascus and Iraqi armed forces make gains in Mosul, we get an update from BBC Arabic.

And will Nintendo's new console, Switch, give the company a much needed boost?

(Image: President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Freedom to Vice-President Joe Biden in the White House. Credit: Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)

Surprise Honour For Us Vice President Biden20170113

President Obama awarded an emotional Joe Biden with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest US civilian honour. Both men are preparing to leave office when Donald Trump is inaugurated on 20th January.

Also in the programme, an attack on a military airport near Damascus and Iraqi armed forces make gains in Mosul, we get an update from BBC Arabic.

And will Nintendo's new console, Switch, give the company a much needed boost?

(Image: President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Freedom to Vice-President Joe Biden in the White House. Credit: Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)

Suspect Arrested Over Death Of Kim Jong-nam20170215

Reaction to the speculation and arrest over the suspected assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the North Korean leader's half-brother.

Also today; The row over the resignation of the US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn; Nato meeting in Brussels, Facebook's new audioplay function; Cocoa farmers on strike in Ivory Coast, and #AddAFish, the hashtag cartoonists are using to support an Iranian illustrator on hunger strike in Australia's mandatory offshore detention centre on Manus Island.

(Photo: Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Manan Vatsyayanamanan/AFP/Getty Images)

Suspect Arrested Over Death Of Kim Jong-nam20170215

Reaction to the speculation and arrest over the suspected assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the North Korean leader's half-brother.

Also today; The row over the resignation of the US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn; Nato meeting in Brussels, Facebook's new audioplay function; Cocoa farmers on strike in Ivory Coast, and #AddAFish, the hashtag cartoonists are using to support an Iranian illustrator on hunger strike in Australia's mandatory offshore detention centre on Manus Island.

(Photo: Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Manan Vatsyayanamanan/AFP/Getty Images)

Syria Ceasefire: Is The Truce Holding?20160919

A US-led coalition struck the Syrian army in Deir al-Zour at the weekend. Edgard Jallad of BBC Arabic explains what's been happening since. Also, the US' security alerts; Paralympics highlights; and diversity in the Emmys.

(Photo: Bomb damage in Aleppo. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Syria Ceasefire: Is The Truce Holding?20160919

A US-led coalition struck the Syrian army in Deir al-Zour at the weekend. Edgard Jallad of BBC Arabic explains what's been happening since. Also, the US' security alerts; Paralympics highlights; and diversity in the Emmys.

(Photo: Bomb damage in Aleppo. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Syria Peace Talks Begin In Kazakhstan20170123

It's the first time talks have been convened by Russia, Turkey and Iran rather than the United Nations. And it's also the first time representatives of Syria's armed rebel groups have led the opposition side at the negotiating table.

Also in the programme, accusations against the former Gambian president over missing millions.

Online dating scams, the number of people being fooled by love rises.

And burnt toast... just how bad is it and other overcooked starchy foods for your health?

( A man works to prepare the Syria peace talks conference room in Astana Credit Credit: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty Images)

Syria Peace Talks Begin In Kazakhstan20170123

It's the first time talks have been convened by Russia, Turkey and Iran rather than the United Nations. And it's also the first time representatives of Syria's armed rebel groups have led the opposition side at the negotiating table.

Also in the programme, accusations against the former Gambian president over missing millions.

Online dating scams, the number of people being fooled by love rises.

And burnt toast... just how bad is it and other overcooked starchy foods for your health?

( A man works to prepare the Syria peace talks conference room in Astana Credit Credit: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty Images)

Syria Says Coalition Airstrike Killed Its Soldiers20151207

Syria has blamed the US-led coalition for an air raid that killed at least three soldiers at an army base in Deir al Zor province. We get the details from BBC Arabic journalist, Issam Ikirmawi. Also in the programme: an alliance of opposition parties in Venezuela has won control of the National Assembly from the socialists, for the first time in sixteen years; Viennese police are puzzled by the discovery of more than €100,000 in the river Danube; and we speak to our correspondent, Shahzeb Jillani in Pakistan about his interview with a friend of San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik.

(Photo: An RAF Typhoon leaves Akrotiri in Cyprus on a sortie over Syria. Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.)

Syria Says Coalition Airstrike Killed Its Soldiers20151207

Syria has blamed the US-led coalition for an air raid that killed at least three soldiers at an army base in Deir al Zor province. We get the details from BBC Arabic journalist, Issam Ikirmawi. Also in the programme: an alliance of opposition parties in Venezuela has won control of the National Assembly from the socialists, for the first time in sixteen years; Viennese police are puzzled by the discovery of more than €100,000 in the river Danube; and we speak to our correspondent, Shahzeb Jillani in Pakistan about his interview with a friend of San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik.

(Photo: An RAF Typhoon leaves Akrotiri in Cyprus on a sortie over Syria. Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.)

Syria-iraq Campaign: Us Signals Change Of Strategy20151028

US says it will intensify air strikes in Syria and Iraq, Iran attending Syria talks, VW reports quarterly loss.

(Photo: A US pilot in the air after a mission over Iraq. Credit: Getty Images)

Syria-iraq Campaign: Us Signals Change Of Strategy20151028

US says it will intensify air strikes in Syria and Iraq, Iran attending Syria talks, VW reports quarterly loss.

(Photo: A US pilot in the air after a mission over Iraq. Credit: Getty Images)

Syrian Hospitals Hit In New Strikes20160215

Two hospitals are hit in deadly new air strikes in northern Syria, medics and witnesses say, just days after Russia and other world powers agreed to a "cessation of hostilities". Also in the programme: Pope John Paul II's close relationship with a married woman revealed in letters, murder inquiry after a deadly fight at a Swedish refugee centre and the plane forced to turn back after "laser beam incident".

(Photo: Scene at hospital damaged by missile attacks in Azaz, Syria. Credit: Reuters)

Syrian Hospitals Hit In New Strikes20160215

Two hospitals are hit in deadly new air strikes in northern Syria, medics and witnesses say, just days after Russia and other world powers agreed to a "cessation of hostilities". Also in the programme: Pope John Paul II's close relationship with a married woman revealed in letters, murder inquiry after a deadly fight at a Swedish refugee centre and the plane forced to turn back after "laser beam incident".

(Photo: Scene at hospital damaged by missile attacks in Azaz, Syria. Credit: Reuters)

Syrian Opposition Meet20151209

Syrian rebels 'leave Homs' under a truce, meanwhile Saudi Arabia hosts a meeting with Syrian opposition groups in a push towards peace. Also on the programme: Global reaction to Trump's comments on Muslims, French police identify the third Bataclan Paris attacker and Kampala gets its first WIFI network.

(Photo: Ministers pose for a group photo during a meeting for Gulf states foreign ministers in Riyadh. Credit: Reuters/Faisal Al Nasser)

Syrian Opposition Meet20151209

Syrian rebels 'leave Homs' under a truce, meanwhile Saudi Arabia hosts a meeting with Syrian opposition groups in a push towards peace. Also on the programme: Global reaction to Trump's comments on Muslims, French police identify the third Bataclan Paris attacker and Kampala gets its first WIFI network.

(Photo: Ministers pose for a group photo during a meeting for Gulf states foreign ministers in Riyadh. Credit: Reuters/Faisal Al Nasser)

Syrian Refugees Stranded Outside Turkey20160208

Turkish aid workers have been setting up tents and distributing supplies for thousands of new Syrian refugees kept from entering Turkey at the border. Some 35,000 people fled the embattled Aleppo area last week, trying to enter Turkey's Kilis border region. But Turkey has so far closed the border to most of them.

(Photo:Syrian refugees pictured in a camp Credit: AFP)

Syrian Refugees Stranded Outside Turkey20160208

Turkish aid workers have been setting up tents and distributing supplies for thousands of new Syrian refugees kept from entering Turkey at the border. Some 35,000 people fled the embattled Aleppo area last week, trying to enter Turkey's Kilis border region. But Turkey has so far closed the border to most of them.

(Photo:Syrian refugees pictured in a camp Credit: AFP)

Taliban Fighters Attack Kunduz20150928

Hundreds of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan are trying to seize the strategic northern city of Kunduz. We hear from our correspondent in Kabul. Also in the programme: as the UN General Assembly meets in New York, what will be the outcome for Syria? We also have the latest on the VW scandal, the migrant crisis in Europe and the Middle East, and the story of the Yazidi couple who took their own lives.

(Photo: Afghan soldiers in Kunduz Province. Credit: Reuters)

Taliban Fighters Attack Kunduz20150928

Hundreds of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan are trying to seize the strategic northern city of Kunduz. We hear from our correspondent in Kabul. Also in the programme: as the UN General Assembly meets in New York, what will be the outcome for Syria? We also have the latest on the VW scandal, the migrant crisis in Europe and the Middle East, and the story of the Yazidi couple who took their own lives.

(Photo: Afghan soldiers in Kunduz Province. Credit: Reuters)

'ten Million Without Water' In Delhi20160222

More than 10 million people in India's capital are without water despite the army regaining control of its key water source after protests by members of the Jat community. Also in the programme: Uganda's opposition leader arrested, latest from the world's largest smartphone conference, and the check-shirt protests by teachers and students across Hungary.

(Photo: Indian people collect water from a hand pump north of Delhi. Credit: EPA)

'ten Million Without Water' In Delhi20160222

More than 10 million people in India's capital are without water despite the army regaining control of its key water source after protests by members of the Jat community. Also in the programme: Uganda's opposition leader arrested, latest from the world's largest smartphone conference, and the check-shirt protests by teachers and students across Hungary.

(Photo: Indian people collect water from a hand pump north of Delhi. Credit: EPA)

'ten Villages Cleared' In Battle For Mosul20161018

Iraqi forces say they are now 40 km from Islamic State-held city as fighting continues.

Also today - the battle of the Twitter bots in the US presidential campaign.

And Ikea takes action against non-buying customers at its Shanghai store.

(Photo: Iraqi forces bomb Islamic State targets near Mosul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

'ten Villages Cleared' In Battle For Mosul20161018

Iraqi forces say they are now 40 km from Islamic State-held city as fighting continues.

Also today - the battle of the Twitter bots in the US presidential campaign.

And Ikea takes action against non-buying customers at its Shanghai store.

(Photo: Iraqi forces bomb Islamic State targets near Mosul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)

Tens Of Thousands 'flee Fighting' In Northern Syria20160415

Human Rights Watch says in the last 48 hours at least 30,000 people have fled fighting in Aleppo. The campaign group has urged Turkey to open its borders to let them in. We also get an update on Japan's earthquake in which nine people were killed, and find out how Japan warns its citizens. Plus, AirBnB is scrutinised in Berlin.

(Photo: Syrian rescue workers and residents help an injured woman following a reported air strike by government forces on a rebel-held neighbourhood in Aleppo. Credit: Thaer Mohammed/AFP/Getty Images)

Tens Of Thousands 'flee Fighting' In Northern Syria20160415

Human Rights Watch says in the last 48 hours at least 30,000 people have fled fighting in Aleppo. The campaign group has urged Turkey to open its borders to let them in. We also get an update on Japan's earthquake in which nine people were killed, and find out how Japan warns its citizens. Plus, AirBnB is scrutinised in Berlin.

(Photo: Syrian rescue workers and residents help an injured woman following a reported air strike by government forces on a rebel-held neighbourhood in Aleppo. Credit: Thaer Mohammed/AFP/Getty Images)

Thai Police Release Bombing Suspect Sketch20150819

German MPs Back Greek bailout deal, Palmyra archaeologist killed by IS, China state media journalist speaks out against Tianjin censorship, and the Iraqi family reunited 27 years after the Halabja chemical attack.

(Photo: Police sketch of the suspect in Erawan Shrine bombing in Bangkok. Credit: Royal Thai Police)

Thai Police Release Bombing Suspect Sketch20150819

German MPs Back Greek bailout deal, Palmyra archaeologist killed by IS, China state media journalist speaks out against Tianjin censorship, and the Iraqi family reunited 27 years after the Halabja chemical attack.

(Photo: Police sketch of the suspect in Erawan Shrine bombing in Bangkok. Credit: Royal Thai Police)

The Action Begins In Rio20160803

As the Olympic torch arrives in Rio, the athletes gear up for action - women's football starts today. Also, we talk to emergency volunteers in Aleppo as the battle for the key Syrian city intensifies. And why flossing is not as effective as we thought.

(Photo: Rio 2016 sculpture)

The Action Begins In Rio20160803

As the Olympic torch arrives in Rio, the athletes gear up for action - women's football starts today. Also, we talk to emergency volunteers in Aleppo as the battle for the key Syrian city intensifies. And why flossing is not as effective as we thought.

(Photo: Rio 2016 sculpture)

The Great Indian Train Robbery20160810

Robbers cut a hole in a moving train in southern India, stealing more than seven hundred thousand dollars, twelve newborn babies have died in a blaze at a maternity ward in Baghdad and we learn more about Olympic champions, Michael Phelps and Simone Biles..

(Photo: Indian police investigate train heist)

The Great Indian Train Robbery20160810

Robbers cut a hole in a moving train in southern India, stealing more than seven hundred thousand dollars, twelve newborn babies have died in a blaze at a maternity ward in Baghdad and we learn more about Olympic champions, Michael Phelps and Simone Biles..

(Photo: Indian police investigate train heist)

The Supreme Court Hearing On Brexit Process20161205

The highest court in the UK starts a landmark hearing on how the country starts the process of leaving the EU.

Also today, Reaction to Italy's NO in its referendum on constitutional reforms.

Young girls in Kenya are camping at schools to escape Female Genital Mutilation.

How Honeybun baby pictures went viral.

And #mappingharassment; an idea as part of the BBC's 100 women season to ask women around the world to tell their stories of street harassment.

(Photo: Protestors in costume demonstrate outside the Supreme Court in London. Credit: Frank Augstein/AP)

The Supreme Court Hearing On Brexit Process20161205

The highest court in the UK starts a landmark hearing on how the country starts the process of leaving the EU.

Also today, Reaction to Italy's NO in its referendum on constitutional reforms.

Young girls in Kenya are camping at schools to escape Female Genital Mutilation.

How Honeybun baby pictures went viral.

And #mappingharassment; an idea as part of the BBC's 100 women season to ask women around the world to tell their stories of street harassment.

(Photo: Protestors in costume demonstrate outside the Supreme Court in London. Credit: Frank Augstein/AP)

Thousands Of Civilians Trapped In Syrian Town Of Madaya20160107

Several deaths from starvation reported from Madaya, European stock markets fall after China suspends trading, tributes for #MuftiMohammadSayeed

Thousands Of Civilians Trapped In Syrian Town Of Madaya20160107

Several deaths from starvation reported from Madaya, European stock markets fall after China suspends trading, tributes for #MuftiMohammadSayeed

Thousands Still Streaming Into Europe20151022

Slovenia brings in the army to bring order. UN says 670k have crossed seas to get to Europe this year. IPC championships start in Doha, but Kenya absent. Thumbs up - in general - for the new Bond movie. (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Thousands Still Streaming Into Europe20151022

Slovenia brings in the army to bring order. UN says 670k have crossed seas to get to Europe this year. IPC championships start in Doha, but Kenya absent. Thumbs up - in general - for the new Bond movie. (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Thousands Stranded At Balkan Borders20151019

As European countries haggle over migrant quotas, thousands of people remain stranded in poor weather conditions at Balkan border crossings. We hear from correspondents in Croatia and Slovenia. Also in the programme: the Philippines after Typhoon Koppu, the assault on Aleppo, and a Chilean miner love story.

(Photo: Migrants caught in the rain on the Croatia-Slovenia border. Credit:Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters)

Thousands Stranded At Balkan Borders20151019

As European countries haggle over migrant quotas, thousands of people remain stranded in poor weather conditions at Balkan border crossings. We hear from correspondents in Croatia and Slovenia. Also in the programme: the Philippines after Typhoon Koppu, the assault on Aleppo, and a Chilean miner love story.

(Photo: Migrants caught in the rain on the Croatia-Slovenia border. Credit:Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters)

Truckers Protest Against Calais Migrant Camp20160905

Traffic has been brought to a standstill in and around the northern French town of Calais, where protesters are demanding the closure of the migrant camp known as The Jungle. We hear from the BBC's Simon Jones in Calais, and Lucy Grey on an MSF search and rescue ship in the Mediterranean.

Also: pro-democracy candidates are celebrating victory in elections to the Hong Kong legislature which gives them enough seats to retain veto power on the Council; a Yazidi girl tells our correspondent she was forced to make bombs for so-called Islamic State; Brexit is discussed at the G20 summit in China; and the #NoSizeFitsAll campaign during London Fashion Week.

(Photo: People hold a banner that reads 'My harbour is beautiful, My city is beautiful' at a protest against the migrant camp in Calais. Credit: Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images.)

Truckers Protest Against Calais Migrant Camp20160905

Traffic has been brought to a standstill in and around the northern French town of Calais, where protesters are demanding the closure of the migrant camp known as The Jungle. We hear from the BBC's Simon Jones in Calais, and Lucy Grey on an MSF search and rescue ship in the Mediterranean.

Also: pro-democracy candidates are celebrating victory in elections to the Hong Kong legislature which gives them enough seats to retain veto power on the Council; a Yazidi girl tells our correspondent she was forced to make bombs for so-called Islamic State; Brexit is discussed at the G20 summit in China; and the #NoSizeFitsAll campaign during London Fashion Week.

(Photo: People hold a banner that reads 'My harbour is beautiful, My city is beautiful' at a protest against the migrant camp in Calais. Credit: Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images.)

Trump Beats Clinton To Take White House20161109

Donald Trump will become the 45th US president after a stunning victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton. Our extended edition of Outside Source brings reaction and analysis from the US and across the world. We'll speak to voters in the US, people across the border in Mexico, and hear about global implications of Trump presidency.

(Photo: Donald Trump makes his acceptance speech. Credit: Paco Anselmi/PA.)

(Photo: Donald Trump with Vice-President-elect Mike Pence. Credit John Locher/AP)

Trump Beats Clinton To Take White House20161109

Donald Trump will become the 45th US president after a stunning victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton. Our extended edition of Outside Source brings reaction and analysis from the US and across the world. We'll speak to voters in the US, people across the border in Mexico, and hear about global implications of Trump presidency.

(Photo: Donald Trump with Vice-President-elect Mike Pence. Credit John Locher/AP)

(Photo: Donald Trump makes his acceptance speech. Credit: Paco Anselmi/PA.)

Trump Heads To Mexico Ahead Of Immigration Speech20160831

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announces he is going to Mexico for talks with the country's president, just hours before he's due to make a speech outlining his policies on immigration. We'll get reaction from Mexico.

Also in the programme: The British prime minister holds a cabinet brainstorm on the UK's approach to leaving the EU. We'll explain why Mark Zuckerberg is in Nigeria, and how Justin Bieber broke eight world records.

(Photo: Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Washington. Credit: Getty Images)

Trump Heads To Mexico Ahead Of Immigration Speech20160831

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announces he is going to Mexico for talks with the country's president, just hours before he's due to make a speech outlining his policies on immigration. We'll get reaction from Mexico.

Also in the programme: The British prime minister holds a cabinet brainstorm on the UK's approach to leaving the EU. We'll explain why Mark Zuckerberg is in Nigeria, and how Justin Bieber broke eight world records.

(Photo: Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Washington. Credit: Getty Images)

Tunisian Quartet Wins Nobel Peace Prize20151009

Nobel committee says Tunisian mediators established an alternative, peaceful politics. Ebola nurse readmitted to hospital. Irish football fans celebrate. Klopp meets the press in Liverpool. India shocked by Saudi maid amputation. (Photo: AFP)

Tunisian Quartet Wins Nobel Peace Prize20151009

Nobel committee says Tunisian mediators established an alternative, peaceful politics. Ebola nurse readmitted to hospital. Irish football fans celebrate. Klopp meets the press in Liverpool. India shocked by Saudi maid amputation. (Photo: AFP)

Turkey Downs Russian Warplane On Syria Border20151124

The Turkish military has shot down a Russian military aircraft on the border with Syria. We get reaction from Russia, Turkey, and our Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen.

Plus, UNAids unveils a new plan to double the number of people receiving treatment for HIV/Aids within five years, Kenyan athletes continue their anti-corruption protests, and why Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan is trending.

(Photo: Combination picture taken from video shows a war plane crashing in flames in northern Syria. Credit: Reuters)

Turkey Downs Russian Warplane On Syria Border20151124

The Turkish military has shot down a Russian military aircraft on the border with Syria. We get reaction from Russia, Turkey, and our Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen.

Plus, UNAids unveils a new plan to double the number of people receiving treatment for HIV/Aids within five years, Kenyan athletes continue their anti-corruption protests, and why Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan is trending.

(Photo: Combination picture taken from video shows a war plane crashing in flames in northern Syria. Credit: Reuters)

Turkey Mourns Victims20151012

Turkey's prime minister has said the authorities are close to identifying one of the bombers behind the attacks in Ankara, as more funerals take place. The official death toll stands at 97. We hear from BBC Turkish, and our correspondents in Ankara. Also in the programme: the story of a Somali asylum-seeker who became pregnant after allegedly being raped on Nauru; Human Rights Watch emergency director Peter Bouckaert tells us about the refugee tragedy unfolding off the Greek island of Samos; and Albania is going to Euro2016.

(Photo: Family and friends of Ankara victims gathering at the site of the explosions. Credit: AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Turkey Mourns Victims20151012

Turkey's prime minister has said the authorities are close to identifying one of the bombers behind the attacks in Ankara, as more funerals take place. The official death toll stands at 97. We hear from BBC Turkish, and our correspondents in Ankara. Also in the programme: the story of a Somali asylum-seeker who became pregnant after allegedly being raped on Nauru; Human Rights Watch emergency director Peter Bouckaert tells us about the refugee tragedy unfolding off the Greek island of Samos; and Albania is going to Euro2016.

(Photo: Family and friends of Ankara victims gathering at the site of the explosions. Credit: AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Turkey To Release 38,000 Convicts20160817

Turkey is to release 38,000 prisoners jailed before last month's failed coup, as its jails are crowded with new detainees. We'll have the details from our correspondent in Istanbul.

Also in the programme: The kidnap of Mexican drug baron's son, an interview with a former teacher at the Australian detention centre on the Pacific Island of Nauru, the dangers of driverless cars, plus all the Olympic highlights.

(Photo: Prison in Turkey. Credit: AFP)

Turkey To Release 38,000 Convicts20160817

Turkey is to release 38,000 prisoners jailed before last month's failed coup, as its jails are crowded with new detainees. We'll have the details from our correspondent in Istanbul.

Also in the programme: The kidnap of Mexican drug baron's son, an interview with a former teacher at the Australian detention centre on the Pacific Island of Nauru, the dangers of driverless cars, plus all the Olympic highlights.

(Photo: Prison in Turkey. Credit: AFP)

Turkey: Istanbul Hit By Deadly Explosion20160112

At least 10 people have been killed in an explosion in Istanbul, which Turkish authorities are saying was a suicide attack. Also in the programme: Germany turns back a growing number of migrants to Austria, the Cologne naked protest against NYE mass assaults and media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall announce their engagement.

(Photo: Police secure an area after an explosion in the Sultanahmet district of Istanbul. Credit: Reuters)

Turkey: Istanbul Hit By Deadly Explosion20160112

At least 10 people have been killed in an explosion in Istanbul, which Turkish authorities are saying was a suicide attack. Also in the programme: Germany turns back a growing number of migrants to Austria, the Cologne naked protest against NYE mass assaults and media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall announce their engagement.

(Photo: Police secure an area after an explosion in the Sultanahmet district of Istanbul. Credit: Reuters)

Turkish Workers Kidnapped In Baghdad20150902

Eighteen construction workers have been kidnapped in Baghdad. Migrants protest in Hungary. UN report on Gaza paints a desparate picture. Former Congolese rebel, Bosco Ntaganda, goes on trial at International Criminal Court.

(Photo: Iraqi security forces guard the entrance to a sports complex in Baghdad where masked men in military uniforms kidnapped 18 Turkish workers and engineers. Credit: Associated Press)

Turkish Workers Kidnapped In Baghdad20150902

Eighteen construction workers have been kidnapped in Baghdad. Migrants protest in Hungary. UN report on Gaza paints a desparate picture. Former Congolese rebel, Bosco Ntaganda, goes on trial at International Criminal Court.

(Photo: Iraqi security forces guard the entrance to a sports complex in Baghdad where masked men in military uniforms kidnapped 18 Turkish workers and engineers. Credit: Associated Press)

Two Billion People "at Risk" From Zika20160421

We'll hear from the researchers who've mapped the Zika outbreak. We're also in Olympia as the torch is lit for Rio 2016. And the nano battery that could be recharged hundreds of thousands of times. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images.)

Two Billion People "at Risk" From Zika20160421

We'll hear from the researchers who've mapped the Zika outbreak. We're also in Olympia as the torch is lit for Rio 2016. And the nano battery that could be recharged hundreds of thousands of times. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images.)

Two Day Working Week For Venezuela's Public Sector Workers20160427

Two million workers are affected by the move which the government says is a temporary measure to help the country overcome a serious energy crisis. Also, the chief suspect in November's attacks on Paris has been extradited to France - we hear from our correspondent there. And, it has been called Shawarmageddon on Russia social media, as Moscow city authorities threatened to put an end to the kebab.

(Photo: A man reads in candle light during a power cut in the border state of San Cristobal, Venezuela. Credit: George Castellanos/AFP/Getty Images)

Two Day Working Week For Venezuela's Public Sector Workers20160427

Two million workers are affected by the move which the government says is a temporary measure to help the country overcome a serious energy crisis. Also, the chief suspect in November's attacks on Paris has been extradited to France - we hear from our correspondent there. And, it has been called Shawarmageddon on Russia social media, as Moscow city authorities threatened to put an end to the kebab.

(Photo: A man reads in candle light during a power cut in the border state of San Cristobal, Venezuela. Credit: George Castellanos/AFP/Getty Images)

Uber Set To Merge With China Rival Didi Chuxing20160801

The deal, worth 35 billion dollars, is expected to be announced later on Monday. We also hear from Turkey where a group of soldiers have been captured. They're suspected of trying to seize the president during Turkey's failed coup attempt two weeks ago. And he promised an album by the end of July, but why are people so upset that Frank Ocean has failed to deliver.

( An Uber Station outside a hotel in Chengdu, in Sichuan province Credit Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

Uber Set To Merge With China Rival Didi Chuxing20160801

The deal, worth 35 billion dollars, is expected to be announced later on Monday. We also hear from Turkey where a group of soldiers have been captured. They're suspected of trying to seize the president during Turkey's failed coup attempt two weeks ago. And he promised an album by the end of July, but why are people so upset that Frank Ocean has failed to deliver.

( An Uber Station outside a hotel in Chengdu, in Sichuan province Credit Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

Uk Mps Debate Bombing Islamic State Targets In Syria20151202

Poll suggests UK public opinion has turned against expanding operations into Syria, targeting Islamic State. It's also a huge political story as the main opposition Labour Party is split over the issue. We'll assess what difference the UK could make, and hear the view from Syria. (Photo; PA)

Uk Mps Debate Bombing Islamic State Targets In Syria20151202

Poll suggests UK public opinion has turned against expanding operations into Syria, targeting Islamic State. It's also a huge political story as the main opposition Labour Party is split over the issue. We'll assess what difference the UK could make, and hear the view from Syria. (Photo; PA)

Uk Nuclear Plant Gets Go-ahead20160915

The British government has approved a nuclear power project partly funded by China. We hear from our business correspondent, Theo Leggett and the head of BBC Chinese, Howard Zhang.

The UN calls on the Syrian government to allow access for the delivery of aid to the conflict zone, on the third day of the ceasefire in Syria.

We also go to Kiev for details of a temporary ceasefire in Ukraine, that's come into force since midnight on Wednesday.

And world sport's anti-doping agency has blamed Russian hackers for a new leak of sensitive medical information about leading athletes. We discuss the story with our sports news reporter, Alex Capstick, and BBC Russian journalist, Olga Ivshina.

(Photo: Hinkley Point B nuclear power station, Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.)

Uk Nuclear Plant Gets Go-ahead20160915

The British government has approved a nuclear power project partly funded by China. We hear from our business correspondent, Theo Leggett and the head of BBC Chinese, Howard Zhang.

The UN calls on the Syrian government to allow access for the delivery of aid to the conflict zone, on the third day of the ceasefire in Syria.

We also go to Kiev for details of a temporary ceasefire in Ukraine, that's come into force since midnight on Wednesday.

And world sport's anti-doping agency has blamed Russian hackers for a new leak of sensitive medical information about leading athletes. We discuss the story with our sports news reporter, Alex Capstick, and BBC Russian journalist, Olga Ivshina.

(Photo: Hinkley Point B nuclear power station, Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.)

Un Rights Chief 'dismayed' By President Trump20170308

Zaid Ra'ad al-Hussein says policies are vilifying entire groups. He also condemned what he said was President Trump's 'intimidation' of judges and journalists. Also, on International Women's Day - Syria's 'Malala', and history's neglected composers. We meet the Yazidi community who have settled in Germany. And Ed Sheeran's 'album divide' leads to global streaming dominance.

(Photo: Zaid Ra'ad al-Hussein, UN High Commissioner For Human Rights. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)

Un Rights Chief 'dismayed' By President Trump20170308

Zaid Ra'ad al-Hussein says policies are vilifying entire groups. He also condemned what he said was President Trump's 'intimidation' of judges and journalists. Also, on International Women's Day - Syria's 'Malala', and history's neglected composers. We meet the Yazidi community who have settled in Germany. And Ed Sheeran's 'album divide' leads to global streaming dominance.

(Photo: Zaid Ra'ad al-Hussein, UN High Commissioner For Human Rights. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)

Un Suspends All Aid To Syria20160920

A senior official from the Syrian Red Crescent was among those killed in an attack on a United Nations aid convoy near Aleppo. Now the UN says there'll be no more aid deliveries.

Elsewhere: Unrest continues in Kinshasa - the headquarters of two Congolese opposition parties were reported burned down on Monday night.

And five Cuban volleyball players are convicted of rape in Finland.

(Photo: UN aid truck bombed near Aleppo. Credit: OMAR HAJ KADOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Un Suspends All Aid To Syria20160920

A senior official from the Syrian Red Crescent was among those killed in an attack on a United Nations aid convoy near Aleppo. Now the UN says there'll be no more aid deliveries.

Elsewhere: Unrest continues in Kinshasa - the headquarters of two Congolese opposition parties were reported burned down on Monday night.

And five Cuban volleyball players are convicted of rape in Finland.

(Photo: UN aid truck bombed near Aleppo. Credit: OMAR HAJ KADOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Un Urges Dialogue In Burundi20160223

The United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, says the opposition and president in Burundi have agreed to talks to end the ten-month crisis in the country. Hundreds of people have been killed in political violence and a quarter of a million people have fled the country. We get an update on Delhi's water shortage as there are rumours of a deal reached with protesters. And a dangerous birth for a gorilla in the UK results in a rare emergency C-section.

(Image: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and Burundi's president Pierre Nkurunziza speak to the media after talks at the president's office. Credit: Griff Tapper/AFP/Getty Images)

Un Urges Dialogue In Burundi20160223

The United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, says the opposition and president in Burundi have agreed to talks to end the ten-month crisis in the country. Hundreds of people have been killed in political violence and a quarter of a million people have fled the country. We get an update on Delhi's water shortage as there are rumours of a deal reached with protesters. And a dangerous birth for a gorilla in the UK results in a rare emergency C-section.

(Image: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and Burundi's president Pierre Nkurunziza speak to the media after talks at the president's office. Credit: Griff Tapper/AFP/Getty Images)

Un: Record Number Of People Displaced By War And Conflict20160620

65.3 million people are fleeing violence, the largest mass move since World War Two, 54% of those are from just three countries, Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia. We speak to a doctor on board a search and rescue boat off the Libyan coast. Also in the programme, we hear from Venezuela where civil unrest continues to grow as food shortages and violence increase. And a historic and huge victory as the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first NBA title in decades.

( Image: Children walk between UNHCR tents in Athens. Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images)

Un: Record Number Of People Displaced By War And Conflict20160620

65.3 million people are fleeing violence, the largest mass move since World War Two, 54% of those are from just three countries, Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia. We speak to a doctor on board a search and rescue boat off the Libyan coast. Also in the programme, we hear from Venezuela where civil unrest continues to grow as food shortages and violence increase. And a historic and huge victory as the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first NBA title in decades.

( Image: Children walk between UNHCR tents in Athens. Credit: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images)

Unhcr: Over A Million People Crossed To Europe In 201520151230

Most migrants reached Greek shores from Turkey. Also in the programme, Filipino priest on hoverboard condemned by church and Turkish Football Federation fined for sacking gay referee.

(Photo: Refugees and migrants jump off a dinghy upon their arrival on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey. Credit: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty)

Unhcr: Over A Million People Crossed To Europe In 201520151230

Most migrants reached Greek shores from Turkey. Also in the programme, Filipino priest on hoverboard condemned by church and Turkish Football Federation fined for sacking gay referee.

(Photo: Refugees and migrants jump off a dinghy upon their arrival on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey. Credit: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty)

Up All Night Celebrating Prince20160422

Prince's home city of Minneapolis partied through the night to celebrate the life and music of the US artist who has died aged 57. Medical examiners are to carry out a post-mortem to find out what caused his death. Also, President Obama arrives in the UK, his comments on Britain's relationship with the European Union have annoyed some. And why an unfamiliar bed can mean a restless night's sleep.

( People gather at the First Avenue nightclub where Prince recorded his 1984 hit, Purple Rain. Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Up All Night Celebrating Prince20160422

Prince's home city of Minneapolis partied through the night to celebrate the life and music of the US artist who has died aged 57. Medical examiners are to carry out a post-mortem to find out what caused his death. Also, President Obama arrives in the UK, his comments on Britain's relationship with the European Union have annoyed some. And why an unfamiliar bed can mean a restless night's sleep.

( People gather at the First Avenue nightclub where Prince recorded his 1984 hit, Purple Rain. Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Us Planes Strike Is Camp In Libya20160219

US warplanes carry out attacks on militants from the so-called Islamic State (IS) in Libya, killing at least 30 people. Also in the programme: Austria enforces daily cap on the number of migrants and refugees allowed into the country, police arrest Uganda's main opposition presidential candidate, a day after elections, and Kenya's capital on alert after lions escape from a national park.

(Photo: SITE Intel Group verified image of IS militants training at a camp in Libya. Credit: AP)

Us Planes Strike Is Camp In Libya20160219

US warplanes carry out attacks on militants from the so-called Islamic State (IS) in Libya, killing at least 30 people. Also in the programme: Austria enforces daily cap on the number of migrants and refugees allowed into the country, police arrest Uganda's main opposition presidential candidate, a day after elections, and Kenya's capital on alert after lions escape from a national park.

(Photo: SITE Intel Group verified image of IS militants training at a camp in Libya. Credit: AP)

Us Shock Over Another Police Shooting20160707

American woman films the aftermath of her boyfriend being shot by police. It's the second killing of a black man by white officers within 48 hours. Also - one of the deadliest months for migrant deaths in the Mediterranean. And, the new Iron Man is a teenage black girl.

(Photo: A police officer points a gun at a car window. Credit: Lavish Reynolds/Facebook)

Us Shock Over Another Police Shooting20160707

American woman films the aftermath of her boyfriend being shot by police. It's the second killing of a black man by white officers within 48 hours. Also - one of the deadliest months for migrant deaths in the Mediterranean. And, the new Iron Man is a teenage black girl.

(Photo: A police officer points a gun at a car window. Credit: Lavish Reynolds/Facebook)

Uzbek President Karimov 'critical'20160902

Speculation intensifies over the health of Uzbek President Islam Karimov. He's led the former Soviet country of Uzbekistan for nearly 27 years - an official statement earlier said his health was "critical" after a stroke.

Also today: The first hurricane, Hermine, to hit the American state of Florida for 11 years has made landfall.

Italy 'embarrassed' as the state tries to increase the country's birthrate #fertilityday

And #TacoTrucksOnEveryCorner - the latest from the US presidential campaign.

(Photo: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images)

Uzbek President Karimov 'critical'20160902

Speculation intensifies over the health of Uzbek President Islam Karimov. He's led the former Soviet country of Uzbekistan for nearly 27 years - an official statement earlier said his health was "critical" after a stroke.

Also today: The first hurricane, Hermine, to hit the American state of Florida for 11 years has made landfall.

Italy 'embarrassed' as the state tries to increase the country's birthrate #fertilityday

And #TacoTrucksOnEveryCorner - the latest from the US presidential campaign.

(Photo: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images)

Verdict On Armenian 'genocide'20160602

The German Bundestag has been debating a resolution calling the killings of Armenians by Ottoman forces during World War I a "genocide".

(Photo: Red Carnations and candles are laid on top of photographs of vicims of the killings. Credit: AFP)

Verdict On Armenian 'genocide'20160602

The German Bundestag has been debating a resolution calling the killings of Armenians by Ottoman forces during World War I a "genocide".

(Photo: Red Carnations and candles are laid on top of photographs of vicims of the killings. Credit: AFP)

Volkswagen Facing Multiple Us Probes20150923

Volkswagen is facing multiple investigations in US, including a criminal probe by the Department of Justice. We'll be live from Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany. Also in the programme, the political fallout in Europe over the migrants crisis and, 'It's not over till it's all over', the life and quotes of the great American former baseball player, Yogi Berra, who has died aged 90.

(Photo: The logos of German carmaker Volkswagen at a VW dealership in New York. Credit: Reuters)

Volkswagen Facing Multiple Us Probes20150923

Volkswagen is facing multiple investigations in US, including a criminal probe by the Department of Justice. We'll be live from Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany. Also in the programme, the political fallout in Europe over the migrants crisis and, 'It's not over till it's all over', the life and quotes of the great American former baseball player, Yogi Berra, who has died aged 90.

(Photo: The logos of German carmaker Volkswagen at a VW dealership in New York. Credit: Reuters)

Warning To Illegal Economic Migrants20160303

European Council President Donald Tusk warns illegal economic migrants against coming to Europe, during a new diplomatic push to solve the EU migrant crisis. Also in the programme: the 13-year-old girl in Nigeria abducted and allegedly forced into marriage, tributes paid to cricket legend Martin Crowe and the world's longest non-stop flight.

(Photo: A migrant carrying a child walks from the Macedonian border into Serbia. Credit:AP)

Warning To Illegal Economic Migrants20160303

European Council President Donald Tusk warns illegal economic migrants against coming to Europe, during a new diplomatic push to solve the EU migrant crisis. Also in the programme: the 13-year-old girl in Nigeria abducted and allegedly forced into marriage, tributes paid to cricket legend Martin Crowe and the world's longest non-stop flight.

(Photo: A migrant carrying a child walks from the Macedonian border into Serbia. Credit:AP)

We're Putting Gender Balance Into Wikipedia20161208

It's the finale of the BBC 100 Women season and we're helping to bring better gender equality to Wikipedia. Just 17% of notable entries are women.

Also today: the Red Cross says the first evacuations from eastern Aleppo have taken place.

BBC journalists reach the Aceh earthquake zone.

And it's a month since India withdrew low-denomination bank notes to try and deal with 'black money'.

(Picture credit: BBC 100 Women/Hannah Eachus)

We're Putting Gender Balance Into Wikipedia20161208

It's the finale of the BBC 100 Women season and we're helping to bring better gender equality to Wikipedia. Just 17% of notable entries are women.

Also today: the Red Cross says the first evacuations from eastern Aleppo have taken place.

BBC journalists reach the Aceh earthquake zone.

And it's a month since India withdrew low-denomination bank notes to try and deal with 'black money'.

(Picture credit: BBC 100 Women/Hannah Eachus)

What Reception For President Obama In Saudi Arabia?20160420

Relations between the two countries have been tense recently over the fight against Islamic State and the nuclear deal with Iran, what can we expect from the visit. Also in the programme, Japanese car giant Mitsubishi is in trouble - we hear from our business reporter Theo Leggett. And has he or hasn't he? UFC Champion Conor McGregor announces his retirement but people are still wondering why.

(Image: US President Barack Obama departs the White House for his trip to Saudi Arabia, Germany and Great Britain Credit: Molly Riley/AFP/GettyImages)

What Reception For President Obama In Saudi Arabia?20160420

Relations between the two countries have been tense recently over the fight against Islamic State and the nuclear deal with Iran, what can we expect from the visit. Also in the programme, Japanese car giant Mitsubishi is in trouble - we hear from our business reporter Theo Leggett. And has he or hasn't he? UFC Champion Conor McGregor announces his retirement but people are still wondering why.

(Image: US President Barack Obama departs the White House for his trip to Saudi Arabia, Germany and Great Britain Credit: Molly Riley/AFP/GettyImages)

Whatsapp Suspended In Brazil20151217

Brazil cuts off access to WhatsApp for 48 hours, after a judge ruled it had failed to co-operate in a criminal investigation. Also on the show: A peace deal for rival parliaments in Libya, President Putin gives his annual address, renewed unrest in South-eastern Turkey and why Beethoven's made it onto Google Doodle.

(Photo: Whatsapp App logos on a mobile phone in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Credit: Reuters/Nacho Doce)

Whatsapp Suspended In Brazil20151217

Brazil cuts off access to WhatsApp for 48 hours, after a judge ruled it had failed to co-operate in a criminal investigation. Also on the show: A peace deal for rival parliaments in Libya, President Putin gives his annual address, renewed unrest in South-eastern Turkey and why Beethoven's made it onto Google Doodle.

(Photo: Whatsapp App logos on a mobile phone in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Credit: Reuters/Nacho Doce)

Will East Jerusalem Be Sealed Off?20151014

Israeli police have been given the power to seal off parts of East Jerusalem in response to a surge in attacks by Palestinians in recent days, and the authorities could also demolish the homes of Palestinians. We get the view from Israel and the West Bank. Also, supporters of both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders cheer after the first US Democratic Party TV debate, Brazil's Dilma Roussef complains of 'coup-mongering' and what is it like to report from North Korea?

(Photo: A Palestinian throws a tear gas canister during clashes with Israeli troops. Credit: EPA)

Will East Jerusalem Be Sealed Off?20151014

Israeli police have been given the power to seal off parts of East Jerusalem in response to a surge in attacks by Palestinians in recent days, and the authorities could also demolish the homes of Palestinians. We get the view from Israel and the West Bank. Also, supporters of both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders cheer after the first US Democratic Party TV debate, Brazil's Dilma Roussef complains of 'coup-mongering' and what is it like to report from North Korea?

(Photo: A Palestinian throws a tear gas canister during clashes with Israeli troops. Credit: EPA)

Will Russia Face Total Rio Olympics Ban?20160719

International Olympic committee mulls complete ban on Russia athletes over doping. Also - 26 Chinese tourists die in Taiwan bus crash. And, what do we know about the German axe attacker?

Will Russia Face Total Rio Olympics Ban?20160719

International Olympic committee mulls complete ban on Russia athletes over doping. Also - 26 Chinese tourists die in Taiwan bus crash. And, what do we know about the German axe attacker?

Will Turkey Agree Eu Deal On Migrants?20160318

EU leaders and Turkey wrestle over migrant deal. In South Africa, a warning that the country could turn into a 'mafia state'. The lion on the loose in Nairobi rush-hour traffic. And we 'bite the bullet' to find out the origin of some of the English language's more obscure phrases. (Photo: Alexander Koemer/Getty Images)

Will Turkey Agree Eu Deal On Migrants?20160318

EU leaders and Turkey wrestle over migrant deal. In South Africa, a warning that the country could turn into a 'mafia state'. The lion on the loose in Nairobi rush-hour traffic. And we 'bite the bullet' to find out the origin of some of the English language's more obscure phrases. (Photo: Alexander Koemer/Getty Images)

Woman Found Alive In Kenya Debris20160505

Kenya woman found alive six days after Nairobi building collapse. Also - Turkish PM set to quit. And Janet Jackson, pregnant at 49.

(Photo: Excavator and rescue workers at the site of the building collapse in Nairobi. Credit: Reuters)

Woman Found Alive In Kenya Debris20160505

Kenya woman found alive six days after Nairobi building collapse. Also - Turkish PM set to quit. And Janet Jackson, pregnant at 49.

(Photo: Excavator and rescue workers at the site of the building collapse in Nairobi. Credit: Reuters)

World Digests Trump Victory20161110

Global reaction - and some protests at home. We have all the latest on the aftermath of the US presidential election result. We find out how Mr Trump's business empire will be run once he is president. And, how is the result going down in Melania Trump's country of birth, Slovenia? Plus, presenter Nuala McGovern visits a US-run drone factory in Mexico.

Also, the latest in the battle for Mosul - and the reaction from Iraq to Mr Trump's victory. And, India's cash-flow crisis as small denomination notes are withdrawn.

(Photo: Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda's front page today. Credit: @BBCSteveR)

World Digests Trump Victory20161110

Global reaction - and some protests at home. We have all the latest on the aftermath of the US presidential election result. We find out how Mr Trump's business empire will be run once he is president. And, how is the result going down in Melania Trump's country of birth, Slovenia? Plus, presenter Nuala McGovern visits a US-run drone factory in Mexico.

Also, the latest in the battle for Mosul - and the reaction from Iraq to Mr Trump's victory. And, India's cash-flow crisis as small denomination notes are withdrawn.

(Photo: Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda's front page today. Credit: @BBCSteveR)

World Reacts To Death Of Syrian Toddler20150903

The world reacts to photo of drowned toddler in Turkey as the migrant crisis continues, Guatemala's president resigns over a corruption scandal and Ebay turns 20.

(Photo: A girl covers her face as hundreds of migrants try to board a train at the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary today. Credit: AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

World Reacts To Death Of Syrian Toddler20150903

The world reacts to photo of drowned toddler in Turkey as the migrant crisis continues, Guatemala's president resigns over a corruption scandal and Ebay turns 20.

(Photo: A girl covers her face as hundreds of migrants try to board a train at the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary today. Credit: AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

World's Longest Hunger Striker Ends Fast20160809

Indian political activist Irom Sharmil ends her 16 year fast, saying she's decided to changed her protest by contesting local elections. We hear from our correspondent who's spoken to her family. Turkey's President Erdogan is on his first foreign trip since an attempted military coup. He's in Russia to meet President Putin, he says he wants to turn a new page in relations with Russia. And images of red dots over athletes at the Olympics in Rio, what exactly is cupping and does it hurt?

( Image: Political activist and hunger striker Irom Sharmila Chanu Credit: BBC)

World's Longest Hunger Striker Ends Fast20160809

Indian political activist Irom Sharmil ends her 16 year fast, saying she's decided to changed her protest by contesting local elections. We hear from our correspondent who's spoken to her family. Turkey's President Erdogan is on his first foreign trip since an attempted military coup. He's in Russia to meet President Putin, he says he wants to turn a new page in relations with Russia. And images of red dots over athletes at the Olympics in Rio, what exactly is cupping and does it hurt?

( Image: Political activist and hunger striker Irom Sharmila Chanu Credit: BBC)

World's Longest Rail Tunnel Opens20160601

The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland after two decades of work. Also, the latest on the battle for Fallujah, forty dead tiger cubs found in a freezer at a famous Thai temple, and the popular parody accounts lampooning Russian officials suspended.

(Photo: Blessing of the Gotthard tunnel. Credit: EPA)

World's Longest Rail Tunnel Opens20160601

The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland after two decades of work. Also, the latest on the battle for Fallujah, forty dead tiger cubs found in a freezer at a famous Thai temple, and the popular parody accounts lampooning Russian officials suspended.

(Photo: Blessing of the Gotthard tunnel. Credit: EPA)

Your Questions About Palestinian-israeli Violence20151016

BBC correspondent Jonny Dymond in Jerusalem answers listeners' questions as violence between Israelis and Palestinians escalates, we get the latest from BBC Hausa as multiple explosions hit the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, a woman accused of trying to sell a baby on Gumtree appears in court in South Africa, and the Philippines braces for typhoon Koppu.

Photo: Palestinians kneel during Friday prayers in Jerusalem. Credit: Getty Images

Your Questions About Palestinian-israeli Violence20151016

BBC correspondent Jonny Dymond in Jerusalem answers listeners' questions as violence between Israelis and Palestinians escalates, we get the latest from BBC Hausa as multiple explosions hit the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, a woman accused of trying to sell a baby on Gumtree appears in court in South Africa, and the Philippines braces for typhoon Koppu.

Photo: Palestinians kneel during Friday prayers in Jerusalem. Credit: Getty Images

Zika Virus Emergency Talks20160201

An emergency meeting of the World Health Organization is being held to discuss the "explosive" spread of the Zika virus. Also, chef Benoit Violier, whose Swiss restaurant was named the best in the world in December, is found dead at his home.

(Photo: A Brazilian mother holds her three-month-old baby, who has microcephaly - a severe birth defect to which the mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked. Credits: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Zika Virus Emergency Talks20160201

An emergency meeting of the World Health Organization is being held to discuss the "explosive" spread of the Zika virus. Also, chef Benoit Violier, whose Swiss restaurant was named the best in the world in December, is found dead at his home.

(Photo: A Brazilian mother holds her three-month-old baby, who has microcephaly - a severe birth defect to which the mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked. Credits: Mario Tama/Getty Images)