BBC visits Swat Valley town captured by Pakistani army and the last Titanic survivor dies.
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Pakistan's army predicts victory in Swat and Big Ben clocks up 150 years.
A major victory in Pakistan's Swat valley and the end of the dream for Susan Boyle.
A rescue plan for GM's European operations and a Newshour special on Iran's elections.
In depth reporting and analysis of today's leading global news stories.
Warnings from malaria epicentre, Sri Lankan government fury and Riverdale's love triangle.
Taliban threaten more attacks in Pakistan, diabetes rise in children, Africa superstitions
The child suicide bombers of Pakistan, and what secret is worth keeping for 50 years?
The political fallout from N Korea's nuclear test and Somali pirates who want redemption.
Perspectives from Swat, indigenous progress in Latin America and the stepmother's curse.
An on-the-spot report from Pakistan's Swat Valley as the UN appeals for $500m in aid.
Heavy fighting in Somalia and, its official, the jobs Russian women cannot do.
Reports and discussion on President Obama's speech on the closure of Guantanamo Bay.
The full abuses of Ireland's Catholic Church and extremism from Jakarta and Islamabad.
A special programme from two of the world's largest Muslim nations - Pakistan & Indonesia.
UK Parliament Speaker resigns; new US car emission curbs; the 47 million year old fossil.
Sri Lanka announces an end to its civil conflict & the Israeli PM in key talks with Obama
Is the war over in Sri Lanka? Aung San Suu Kyi's trial and a special report from Indonesia
US President revives military trials at Guatanamo & is it the final assault in Sri Lanka?
1.5 million Pakistani refugees on the move, Guantanamo tribunals & Springtime for Hitler.
US demand Suu Kyi's release and we hear from families separated by fighting in Sri Lanka
Aung San Suu Kyi's lawyer, how low carbon living is good for you and music in a recession.
Study shows growing Taleban influence in Pakistan and The Pope supports Palestinians
Red Cross halts rescue of wounded Sri Lankans and we return to China's quake devastation.
UN warns of "bloodbath" in Sri Lanka, Iran frees US journalist and the hopping lawnmower.
Amid public anger, the US denies using white phosphorous in an air raid in Afghanistan.
Curfew relaxed in Pakistan's Swat Valley, and who's funnier, Obama or Bush?
How the Middle East views the Pope's visit and will we have to pay for online newspapers?
We look at the scandal of British MPs leaked expenses, and the public outrage it's caused.
Will US bank "stress test" ease credit squeeze? And the dangerous life of a referee.
How can the Taleban be defeated? Tensions between Russia and NATO, Iran's 'first lady'.
Confusion in Pakistan's Swat valley, reforming tax havens and test-driving potatoes.
Calls for an undocumented immigrants amnesty, and meltdown for the UK's Labour government?
Pakistan's interior minister tells us why he's not too worried about the Taleban threat.
Pakistan interior minister denies Taleban threat and why grand mother knows best.
Egypt culls pigs as H1N1 spreads and Henry the furtive sock-lifter of Loughborough.
Has the threat of swine flu been exaggerated? And the boxer who could be President.
An Australian politician talks about the agonising surgery that made her taller.