National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
The solution to EU's migrant crisis is to bring peace to Syria, says the Prime Minister.
Hundreds of refugees wanting to reach Germany and Austria are stranded in Hungary.
SNP accuse George Osborne of "arrogance" over new funding for Faslane naval base.
Calls for migrants to be fingerprinted. Refugee children disappear in Austria.
Four suspected people traffickers have been arrested over the deaths of 71 migrants
Annual net migration to the UK has reached a record high of 330,000.
Two television journalists have been shot dead during a live broadcast in the US
European stock markets have bounced back after dramatic falls yesterday.
Global share values plummet due to fears about the Chinese economy.
At least 11 people are now feared to have been killed in the Shoreham air show disaster.
A vintage Hawker Hunter jet crashed into cars on a busy road near Shoreham in West Sussex
Macedonia has become the latest flash-point in Europe's migrant crisis
Four years after it closed, the British embassy in the Iranian capital is to be re-opened
Jeremy Corbyn says it is "beyond disgusting" to suggest that he is racist or anti-semitic
A British student is now known to have died in yesterday's bombing in Bangkok.
More than a dozen people have died in a bombing at a busy shrine in Bangkok
Gordon Brown says Labour must choose a leader who can take it back into government.
Veterans of the fighting against Japan, that ended WW2, attend events across the UK.
Kensington Palace has accused the paparazzi of harassing Prince George.
Yvette Cooper questions the credibility of her Labour leadership rival, Jeremy Corbyn.
Record number of EU migrant workers in Britain.Yuan devalued again
Athens to get 85 billion euros in exchange for spending cuts, tax rises & privatisations