An Executive Order from the White House
After an aborted missile strike, Washington insiders are scratching their heads over the President's modus operandi on Iran.
After an aborted missile strike, Washington insiders are scratching their heads over the President's modus operandi on Iran. Barbara Plett Usher looks at the new normal of the Trump administration.
Vladimir Putin has cancelled Russian flights to Georgia after anti-Russian protests in Tbilisi, a move which will heavily impact the country's tourism industry. Rayhan Demytrie assesses the impact of President Putin's warnings on Russians holidaying there.
The Armenian community was once a thriving hub in India's Chennai, running trading companies, shipping lines, coal mines and real estate developments, but their numbers have dwindled since then. Andrew Whitehead attends a service in the eighteenth-century Armenian church in the city attended by those that remain.
Rocket attacks on foreign oil companies' compounds in southern Iraq may have grabbed headlines, but the citizen's of Basra are more concerned about power cuts, rubbish strewn streets and job shortages. Years after the fall of Saddam Hussein, Lizzie Porter finds not much has improved for the local population in the region.
The Netherlands has long touted its green credentials, but, thanks to its coal-fired power stations, it is in fact one of Europe's biggest carbon emitters. The capital, Amsterdam, is positioning itself as a new hub for green businesses, and David Baker went to find out.