Health officials say 1500 have died in the Democratic Republic of Congo since August 2018
Ebola kills more than 1500 in the DRC
Iran-US crisis: Rouhani derides new sanctions as 'useless'
President Hassan Rouhani said Donald Trump's policy was one of desperation
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Venezuelan opposition leader says outside military force remains an option
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó says outside military force remains an option
Venezuela crisis: Guaidó says military force still an option
Opposition leader says military force to remove Nicolás Maduro remains an option
Tunisia hit by twin suicide attacks
Two suicide bombers have blown themselves up in the Tunisian capital Tunis
How will Artificial Intelligence transform US warfare?
How will AI transform warfare? We speak to the person in charge of AI in the US military
China's Xi says protectionism is hurting global trade order
Xi says developed countries' protectionism poses biggest risk to international community
Iran: nuclear deal talks 'a step forward'
Iran meets with world powers on its nuclear accord. Can the deal be kept alive?
US agrees to pause hostilities with China on trade
G20 summit: Trump and Xi agree to restart US-China trade talks
Captain of migrant rescue ship arrested
Italy alleges migrant rescue ship of ‘act of war’
Trump steps into North Korea in historic meeting
Donald Trump becomes the first sitting US president to cross the border into North Korea
Thousands join Sudan protest demanding civilian rule
Police have fired tear gas at protesters in the capital Khartoum
Hong Kong: further demonstrations on handover anniversary
Some protestors have tried to smash their way into the territory's legislative council.
Hong Kong: Police evict protesters who storm parliament
Hong Kong activists storm Legislative Council after protest over extradition law
China says Hong Kong protesters 'trample rule of law'
China has accused pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong of trampling the rule of law
German defence minister nominated to lead EU Commission
EU member states have finally agreed on their choices for the bloc's top posts
Many migrants killed in Libya
Airstrike on migrant detention centre in eastern Tripoli kills more than 40 people
UN calls for independent investigation into Libya migrant attack
More than 44 migrants have died in an airstrike at a detention centre near Tripoli
Australian student emerges from North Korean 'detention'
Alek Sigley was apparently detained in North Korea last week
Trump 4th of July parade causes controversy
Do tanks belong by the Lincoln Memorial? And has a non-partisan event been politicised?
China Removing Muslim Children from their Families
Uighur children in western China are being forcibly moved to boarding schools
China Separating Uighur Children From Families
Children in China's Xinjiang region are being separated from their families.
Has LGBTQ+ Pride lost its way?
A veteran gay rights activist explains why he thinks some Pride events have lost focus
Talks to start between Afghan officials and Taleban
Afghan officials, in a personal capacity, to engage in intra-Afghan talks with the Taleban
Iranian Government announces breach of nuclear deal
Iran announces it will exceed limit on uranium enrichment, breaching 2015 nuclear deal
Greek elections: clear victory for New Democracy party
Greece's socialist prime minister Alexis Tsipras has conceded defeat.
Greek elections: Mitsotakis promises change after New Democracy win
Greece's new prime minister has vowed the country will "proudly raise its head again"
DR Congo's Bosco Ntaganda found guilty of war crimes
ICC convicts former rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda of war crimes in DR Congo
Afghanistan talks agree 'roadmap to peace'
The conference brought together some Afghan government officials and senior Taliban
Trump 'disrespectful' to PM and the UK, says British foreign minister
Jeremy Hunt’s comments come after President Trump called the UK envoy "a very stupid guy"
UK ambassador to the US resigns over leaked emails
Sir Kim Darroch's emails were critical of President Trump's administration
Political row erupts after UK ambassador to US resigns
Widespread support for Sir Kim Darroch after President Trump refuses to work with him
Gulf tension: Reports of confrontation between Iranian and British ships
UK Defence Ministry says Iranian vessels tried to block British oil tanker's passage
Gulf tension: reports of confrontation between Iranian and British ships
Threat level raised to "critical" for UK ships in Iranian waters
UK ships are advised not to enter Iranian waters.
BBC investigation suggests Sudan massacre planned
It suggests the June attack on protesters in Sudan was ordered from the top and planned
Russian missile delivery to Turkey angers US
Turkey receives the first parts of a Russian missile defence system despite US opposition
Rakhine State: Authorities say some displaced families are returning
BBC gains rare access to Rakhine State
At least 26 dead in Somali hotel attack
At least 26 people have been killed in an attack on a hotel in southern Somalia
Tension in the Gulf: a view from Tehran
Our correspondent samples the mood on the streets of Qom and Tehran
United States immigration raids
A roundup of illegal immigrants by ICE agents sparks anxiety across the US
EU foreign ministers meet to discuss Iran
Can the JCPOA deal be saved?
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Irene Tracey on pain in the brain
Irene Tracey tells Jim Al-Khalili how imaging the brain reveals how and why we feel pain.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.