What to know about Global Hawk drone shot down by Iran

The Pentagon owns 35 prohibitively expensive drones that Iran shot down in recent showdown.


The medics changing lives in Kabul, one limb at a time

We meet the health workers of Kabul's Red Cross Orthopaedic Centre giving amputees new limbs and a new lease of life.

Middle East

Sudan sit-in may be gone but dream of democracy remains

Protest camp in Khartoum may be gone, but it will always be the place that brought together people who dared to think of a different Sudan.

Syria's War

Idlib: Surviving under the olive groves

Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced within Idlib province in northwest Syria since April.


Reporting from Tiananmen: 'I'll never forget all I saw'

June 4 marks 30 years since the Chinese government violently ended weeks of pro-democracy protests in the heart of Beijing.

Arts & Culture

Meet the first Mexican woman to win ballet's top prize

Professional ballerina Elisa Carrillo was recently awarded the prestigious Prix Benois de la Danse.