State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
Inspire Middle East
The Global Conversation
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Japan Moving Forward
Diplomatic row at the UN highlights the difficulties for peace in Syria
Fresh fears about Zika virus after three deaths in Colombia
Fatal crane collapse in New York City
A massive crane has collapsed in New York City killing one person and injuring three others.
Ten-day-old baby among dead after powerful quake hits southern Taiwan
A powerful earthquake has toppled a 17-storey apartment block in southern Taiwan, killing at least two people - including a 10-day old girl.
Catholic Saint Padre Pio's remains begin journey to the Vatican
The partially-reconstructed remains of Padre Pio have begun an overland journey to the Vatican at the request of the Pope. He died in 1968 and was
Gunmen shoot dead 1, injure 2, at Dublin boxing event
One person has been killed and two others injured after gunmen wearing disguises burst into a Dublin hotel. They opened fire on boxing fans attending
Twitter suspends over 125,000 accounts for "promoting terrorist acts"
Twitter Inc said it had suspended over 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 for “threatening or promoting terrorist acts, primarily related to
One of world's biggest container ships stranded on German river
Crews are attempting to pump hundreds of cubic metres of heavy fuel oil from one of the world’s biggest container ships. The CSCL Indian Ocean is
France and Italy kick-start up Six Nations in Paris
The 17th edition of the Six Nations begins on Saturday with France and Italy opening up proceedings in the first game on Saturday in Paris. New
State of disaster declared in drought-ridden Zimbabwe
A severe drought has hit Zimbabwe, leading President Robert Mugabe to declare a state of disaster in most rural parts of the country. The government
Cameron wins Polish and Danish backing on EU renegotiation
British Prime Minister David Cameron has been in Poland and Denmark as he seeks backing for his EU renegotiation plans. David Cameron visit in
Nizzolo takes Dubai Tour lead as Lobato wins stage three
Italian Giacomo Nizzolo took control of the Dubai Tour standings on Friday after a second place finish in the penultimate stage three. Spaniard Juan
Julian Assange warns of 'consequences if detention continues'
20,000 Syrian refugees stuck on Turkish border after fleeing Aleppo
Brazil in crisis as Zika fears mount
state of the union
Europe Weekly: Cameron hails UK 'deal' on EU reform
In this edition of Europe Weekly: British Prime Minister David Cameron strikes a tentative deal with the man who chairs all EU summits, Donald Tusk
FIFA presidential elections: CAF to give full backing to Sheikh Salman
The FIFA presidential race is hotting up. On Friday the Confederation for African Football, the CAF, gave its full and unanimous backing to Bahrain’s
Love me tender: public contracts are great opportunities for SMEs
This edition of Business Planet looks at how innovative entrepreneurs can have an edge when it comes to securing public contracts.
Bright ideas: Exploring the importance of light on learning
Can adjustable lighting in classrooms affect educational achievement? And what about schools that have no electricity at all? We explore the impact
Rio ready to revel as Carnival opens despite Zika fears
Rio is ready to spread the sparkle as King Momo declares Carnival open. O começo – o maior #carnaval do mundo! King Momo thrilled to receive the keys
EU OK's Portuguese government's spending plans
Portugal’s new socialist government has seen its first ‘anti-austerity’ budget approved by the European commission. Since 2013, the EU executive has
East meets West: Patriarch Kirill and Pope Francis to talk in Cuba
East is to join West in a historic meeting between the heads of the Russian Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches in Cuba.
Volkswagen emissions scandal delays 2015 financial results and shareholders' meeting
Volkswagen delays annual shareholders' meeting and publication of its 2015 financial results because of the emissions test-rigging scandal.
Chinese athletics world record holder "forced into using banned drugs"
The credibility of international athletics suffered another blow on Thursday night after Olympic champion Wang Junxia reportedly admitted in a letter
World Athletics investigating claims of historic state-backed doping in China
The doping crisis to hit Athletics took another twist on Friday after the IAAF announced it’s investigating a letter alleging historic
Davutoglu promises 'rose garden' in Turkey's Kurdish south-east
Turkey's prime minister has been in the mainly Kurdish south-east of the country after weeks of anti-PKK operations left some areas badly damaged.
Toyota in optimistic mood over China and US
Toyota has raised its net profit forecast for the current business year thanks to increased production efficiencies in its Chinese operations and improved sales in North America.
EU states criticised over 'shocking' FGM response
One dead after crane collapses in New York City
One person has died and two are seriously injured after a huge crane collapsed in New York, say the city’s fire department. It came crashing down in
Bleak future for migrants in Europe
In this week’s Perspectives, we follow reports from around Europe on the continuing migrant crisis. With up to 2,000 migrants still arriving on the