Silvio Berlusconi indicted; US congressmen go frugal; jazzman George Shearing dies.
Berlusconi to stand trial; more protests in Bahrain; Van Gogh changes colour.
Khodorkovsky trial legitimacy questioned; clashes in Iran; China plans Panama canal rival.
Strikes in Egypt; the ethics of sterilization; & Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Egyptian parliament dissolved, Tunisians flee to Italy, the joys of slow news.
Scuffles break out as army tries to clear Cairo square; Tony Blair on promoting democracy.
Egypt's ruling military council pledges to return power to an elected civilian government.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
With the military in charge, what does the future hold for Egypt's move to democracy?
Mubarak steps down; army in control; jubilation in Cairo; Obama welcomes resignation
More Egyptian protests after army says emergency laws only lifted if demonstrations end.
Mubarak remains in office; transfer of some power to Suleiman; anger among protesters
Egypt strikes spread; Pakistani school-boy bomber; and Colonial Africa photos go online.
Egyptian military wait in the wings; Nokia takes a dive; oil tanker hijack
A new voice for Egypt? Liberian warlord boycotts trial; and Detroit regeneration.
Is Wael Ghonim a new figurehead for Egypt's protestors?; Drama at Charles Taylor's trial
Does the US envoy to Egypt have a conflict of interest?; Shelling on Thai-Cambodia border
Talks continue in Egypt but political stalemate continues;no cheerleaders at Super Bowl
Senior NDP leaders in Egypt resign; US distances itself from envoy's comments
More on the Cairo protests; their impact on daily life; opposition considers power-sharing
Lyse Doucet in Cairo; Mubarak supporters beyond Tahrir Square; and the view from Beirut
Newshour has the latest from Egypt,with Claire Bolderson in London & Lyse Doucet in Cairo.
Egypt's President Mubarak says he'd like to leave office now, but fears chaos if he does