BBC News Episodes
Once seen as a possible president, Nadiya Savchenko now faces accusations of planning a violent coup.
Two-thirds of children forced into online sex abuse videos in the Philippines are exploited by their own parent or family member, it is claimed.
But he said he would be worried "how much harder their life could be" because of discrimination.
The girl now known as "Baby India" was found after nearby residents heard cries.
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, Ben Hunte learns about the activists who helped make changes.
India is facing a health crisis that says a lot about the state of its healthcare systems. More than 100 children have died due to an outbreak of encephalitis in the eastern state of Bihar. The patients are usually in small towns and rural areas w...
A lawyer says migrant children are being held in Texas in "the most degrading and appalling conditions".
After 20 years, some of the numbers behind Principality Stadium are pretty impressive.
A US lawyer testifies that children being held in detention centres might not need toothbrushes or soap.
More than 25 years on from the Oslo peace accords, the two sides seem further apart than ever. But why?
Kenyan Shiyenze Khasoha sells clothes she designs to pay for her ovarian cancer treatment.
In a country where your faith defines you from birth, some are taking the rare step of removing their religious designation.
South Korea's glamorous nightclub scene has been hit by allegations of drugging and rape.
Ghanaian artist Kwame Akoto-Bamfo creates sculptures of slaves to immerse people in their experience.
A passenger train derailed on a bridge in north-east Bangladesh, killing at least five people and injuring more than 100.
The UKs most advanced and expensive fighter jets take to the skies over Iraq and Syria.
Supporters and opponents of Istanbul's new mayor explain why they think Ekrem Imamoglu won.
Maria and Bryan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
Maria and Brayan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
The 12 boys, their coach and rescuers attended ceremonies to mark one year since they went missing in Chang Rai.
Gen Seare Mekonnen was killed at his residence by his bodyguard, the government confirms.
President Trump announces additional sanctions on Iran, but holds out the prospect of a deal.
The president of the European Council says he's "not happy" with how Britain is using its extra months.
Susan Hill had been diagnosed with motor neurone disease when she had "bizarre" benefit claim tests.
With measles cases on the rise in UK, Dr Aayesha Hassan is fighting misinformation and distrust within the Somali community.
Two sisters in Venice are trying to overturn the unwritten rule that gondolas are made by men.
The BBC broadcasts an interview with Jack Letts, who travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
The Military Council has switched off the internet in response to protests that took place in early June.
An early morning explosion woke locals and shook homes near a Philadelphia refinery when it caught fire.
Turkey's ruling party narrowly lost the city's mayoral election in April and a rerun is scheduled for 23 June.
The BBC Arabic Survey interviewed 25,407 people in 10 countries and the Palestinian territories.
The BBC has found new evidence of the increasing control and suppression of Islam in China
The BBC's Mark Lowen sees the damage caused to one of the oil tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman.
Georgian riot police clashed with demonstrators as they attempted to break up a protest against a Russian MP speaking in parliament.
The German chancellor was filmed trembling as she greeted Ukraine's president in hot weather.
The Russian president said he "completely disagrees" with charges brought by the plane crash inquiry.
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir says it is discussing its response with allies.
A US daughter surprised her stepfather by framing the inspiring messages he left on her door growing up.
Phoebe Kilby discovered her ancestors were slave-owners and she wanted to pay reparations.
Activists have taken to the streets in Haiti's capital to protest about what they say is government corruption.
The US would deem Mexico a "safe third country" if immigration is not curbed by mid-July. What does it mean?
An Australian detective was forced to take action after an unexpected interruption to a press conference.
Selah Schneiter has climbed a rock wall that is beyond some of the most experienced climbers. She is 10 years old.
There are "terrific candidates" but too early to say who will be the nominee, says Valerie Jarrett.
India's LGBTQ+ community is believed to be more than 100 million strong, and is openly celebrating pride month. Last year, India decriminalised gay sex, but deep-rooted social stigma remains. As more people come out and the community becomes mor...