Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Trump impeachment inquiry: public hearings open in Washington
US diplomats grilled by congressmen
Hong Kong protests continue following violence
Protesters in Hong Kong barricade themselves in at university campuses
MH17 investigators claim phone-taps 'show Russia directed Ukraine rebels'
Investigators allege top Russian officials in contact with rebel leaders
Chile protests: Government accepts demands for referendum
Chile announces it will hold a referendum on the country's constitution after protests.
Bolivian interim president says Morales is stirring up riots
Bolivia: Jeanine Anez blames former President Evo Morales for the riots in the country.
Prince Andrew: Jeffrey Epstein stay was "wrong thing to do"
Prince Andrew answers questions of his friendship with US sex offender Jeffrey Epstein
Prince Andrew confronts sex allegations in BBC interview
The Duke of York denies any wrongdoing with Jeffrey Epstein accuser
Sri Lanka ex defence minister wins presidency
Sri Lanka election: Ex-defence chief Rajapaksa wins presidency
Chinese Ambassador Denounces Student Protests
China's UK Ambassador says the Hong Kong protests have nothing to do with democracy
Hong Kong: Clashes as police lay siege to university
We hear from one of the students involved in Hong Kong's university siege
Concerns grow over besieged Hong Kong protesters
Defiant protesting students remain barricaded in a Hong Kong University fearing arrest
Impeachment Inquiry: Trump's Ukraine request 'improper' says top aide
Lt Col Vindman says Trump’s request to Ukraine to look into Joe Biden was 'improper'
Former employee of UK consulate in Hong Kong claims he was tortured in China
A former employee of the UK consulate in Hong Kong has said he was tortured in China
US diplomat: Trump directed pressure on Ukraine
Donald Trump's EU ambassador says he followed the president's orders to pressure Ukraine
Impeachment hearings continue in Washington
Israel PM charged with corruption
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust
How is Sudan moving forward?
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir was ousted and arrested after months of protests
Sudan asks for foreign help
Following the removal of President Bashir in April, how is civilian rule changing Sudan?
Hong Kong authorities threaten to suspend voting in local elections
Authorities have threatened to suspend voting in local elections over fears of violence.
Pence makes surprise Iraq visit
Mike Pence makes unannounced visit to Iraq
Hong Kong elections: Record numbers vote in district council polls
Voters have turned out in record numbers to cast their ballots in Hong Kong
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy candidates take lead
Pro-democracy candidates have won more than three-quarters of the seats so far declared.
Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam promises 'open mind' after election rout
Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement makes unprecedented gains in council elections
Greenhouse gas levels reach new highs
Greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere have reached another record high
‘Bleak’ outlook for climate as emissions targets are missed says UN report
Fifteen of the 20 wealthiest nations have no timeline to reach a net zero target
Maltese government resignations amid an investigation into journalist's death
Three government officials resign amid investigation into Daphne Caruana Galizia's death
Afghan security forces release human rights activists
The US Ambassador says the two activists were coerced into retracting rape allegations
Mexico rejects US intervention after Trump outlines drug cartel plan
Mexico's president has rejected any US intervention in his country
Deadly Iraqi protests
Iraqi police shoot and kill protesters
Iraqi PM dismisses senior officer amid protest deaths
A senior military officer in Iraq is dismissed following Nasiriya protest deaths
Malta: prime minister poised to resign
Maltese PM said to be about to resign over case of Daphne Caruana Galizia
Interviews, news and analysis
London Bridge attack
Police shoot dead a man who stabbed and killed two people on a bridge in central London
London Bridge attacker named as convicted terrorist
Police say Usman Khan, previously jailed for terrorism offences, carried out the attack.
Malta businessman charged over journalist murder
Yorgen Fenech charged with complicity in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Pressure mounts on Malta's PM to resign
The governing party has held emergency talks as demands mount for Joseph Muscat to resign
Malta's prime minister resigns
Maltese PM Joseph Muscat announces he will step down amid crisis over murdered journalist
Climate change: 'Point of no return' in sight as COP25 talks begin
Political leaders and diplomats are in Madrid for two weeks of climate change talks
Leading US Democrat: 'Climate crisis is now more personal'
We speak to a leading Democrat attending the COP25 climate summit in Madrid
Nato summit: Trump blasts Macron 'brain dead' comments as 'nasty'
Trump accuses his French counterpart Macron of being "nasty" for saying Nato "brain dead"
US impeachment inquiry: report says evidence is overwhelming
President Trump "placed his own personal" interests above those of US
Nato's celebration of its seventieth anniversary has ended with a statement of unity.
Nato Summit marking its 70th Anniversary ends.
Donald Trump impeachment inquiry moves into new phase
US legal experts testify on whether Trump's actions are impeachable
National strike cripples France
Workers are angry at being forced to retire later or face reduced pensions
House of Representatives pushes ahead with impeachment
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said impeachment charges would be filed against President Trump
Indian police kill rape and murder suspects
The four men were accused of raping and killing a young female vet in Hyderabad last week
Lebanon asks to be ‘bailed out’
After weeks of protests the Lebanese government is appealing for international support
Iran and the US agree prisoner swap
Iran and the US have reached a deal to swap prisoners
US and Iranian men released in prisoner swap
The US and Iran have carried out a rare prisoner swap, in spite of heightened tensions
Mass rally in Hong Kong
Crowds throng Hong Kong in largest anti-government protests since local elections
Dozens dead in Delhi bag factory fire
Delhi factory fire: More than 40 dead in India blaze