Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
The Patriot Act & the future of mass surveillance
Only a small number of survivors pulled from water after ship with more than 450 people on board sinks on Yangtze River.
02 Jun 2015 12:09 GMT | Asia Pacific, China
Judge adjourns final ruling on a death sentence recommendation against former president until June 16.
02 Jun 2015 10:43 GMT | Politics, Mohamed Morsi
Senior staff cleared of involvement in alleged bribe for S Africa 2010 that is central to US charges against officials.
02 Jun 2015 10:15 GMT | Sport, Corruption, FIFA, Football
Abbadi says ISIL advance is international community's failure, ahead of coalition summit in Paris to discuss strategy.
02 Jun 2015 08:56 GMT | War & Conflict, Politics, Middle East, ISIL, Iraq
Three tobacco companies ordered to pay more than $12bn to Quebec smokers for "choosing profits over health".
02 Jun 2015 10:56 GMT | Health, Law, Canada
Supreme Court rules in favour of Muslim woman who said clothing label denied her a job because of her headscarf.
02 Jun 2015 07:03 GMT | Human Rights, US & Canada, Religion
Myanmar information minister says the navy was assisting unidentified migrants who he says wanted to go to Bangladesh.
02 Jun 2015 12:11 GMT | Human Rights, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific, Rohingya
Officials say at least nine killed, including a woman, in attack on NGO compound by unknown gunmen in Balkh province.
02 Jun 2015 12:13 GMT | War & Conflict, Asia, Afghanistan
Asylum seekers tell rescuers that Australian authorities turned their boat back from reaching the country's waters.
02 Jun 2015 08:08 GMT | Human Rights, Asia Pacific, Migrants, Indonesia, Australia
Scalding temperatures, a lack of electricity and soaring food prices have created harsh conditions in the desert camp.
Around 7,000 Bedouin residing in central West Bank are at risk of being forcibly relocated by Israeli authorities.
29 May 2015 08:34 GMT | War & Conflict, Human Rights, Middle East, Palestine, Israel
Activists struggle to save what remains of Beirut's architectural heritage.
27 May 2015 10:33 GMT | Arts & Culture, Middle East, Lebanon
Taking inspiration from public space was key to the Jidar street art festival in Rabat, organiser says.
26 May 2015 11:21 GMT | Arts & Culture, Middle East, Morocco
Weakened by years of war, Assad's government now controls only a sliver of Syrian territory.
31 May 2015 12:27 GMT | War & Conflict, Middle East, Syria, ISIL
Looking at how FIFA's elections are held, the candidates and the issues dogging football's governing body.
28 May 2015 15:13 GMT | Sport, FIFA, Football, Sepp Blatter
People & Power meets young Muslims who have abandoned the West to fight in Syria.
War & Conflict, Syria, ISIL
A mother's struggle to escape the violent exploitation of living on the streets of Bolivia for the sake of her son.
Human Rights, Latin America, Bolivia
One man is leading a mission to wipe out illiteracy in Nepal with low cost private education.
Poverty & Development, Nepal, Education
Are advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and other technologies leading to fewer jobs and more inequality?
Science & Technology, United States, Silicon Valley