Aid agencies and critics debate whether UK taxpayers' money is being spent wisely.
The World Tonight examines whether Europe's far right can take heart from Trump's victory.
Can globalisation work for everyone, and is one country alone able to ensure it does?
Evidence of fresh atrocities in wake of Mosul massacre.
Mr Obama says he has had an 'excellent' and 'wide-ranging' conversation with Donald Trump.
The world reacts to Trump's election victory.
Has the divisive and acrimonious campaign changed US politics for good?
Will the US and the EU have any influence over Turkey's increasingly repressive regime?
The Brexit court setback prompts a row over the judiciary.
Pressure grows on South Africa's President Zuma to resign.
The Democrats urge the FBI to reveal what it knows about Trump's Russia ties.
Is it good news for the UK? We have reaction from a critic and a supporter.
Could a new FBI investigation further undermine trust in Hillary Clinton ahead of voting?
President Maduro promises to raise the minimum wage by 40% as he fights for his survival.
The closure of the Calais camp causes growing concen for migrant women and children.
We interview the UNHCR - and a special report from Ian Pannell with Iraqi special forces.
Trump, Clinton, and congress all question the AT and T tie-up with Time Warner.
Canada's trade negotiator has walked out of talks on a deal with the EU.
Donald Trump: I may not accept 'questionable' election.
Latest on the battle for Mosul. Should sex offenders be chemically castrated?
The World Tonight talks to a man who fled Mosul, and paid a terrible price.
The UN warns that the attack on Mosul poses an 'extreme risk to civilians'.
Mark Carney says the Bank of England 'will allow price rises' to support jobs and growth.
How realistic are Nicola Sturgeon's plans to protect Scottish interests ahead of Brexit?
US and Russia to resume talks on Syria, but what can they deliver?
What can be done to end the conflict in Syria? The programme talks to Hilary Benn.
Chair of the Committee on Arms Export Controls calls for a halt to Saudi arms sales.
Chancellor Philip Hammond calls for calm and says the economy remains strong.
The UN Syria envoy offers to personally escort Al-Qaeda-linked fighters out of Aleppo.
Theresa May makes a pitch for the centre ground and talks up the role of the state.