Nearly a year after Putin invaded Ukraine, how might Western tanks change this war and should Nato countries go a step further and also supply Kyiv with fighter jets?
Woman, Life, Freedom – the chant behind Iran’s unprecedented months of protest.
In Jerusalem, another Palestinian man has been killed by Israeli security forces, as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken touched down in the country.
A father and son were wounded by a 13-year-old who opened fire at a historical site in east Jerusalem – the second attack in the city in the last 24 hours.
In this week’s episode, we speak to the head of middle eastern studies at the Royal United Services Institute, Dr Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi. She discusses whether the regime is weak right now and how worrying it is that as Iran becomes more ostracised from the west, it draws closer to Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Ten people have been killed and at least ten others injured in a mass shooting at a dance venue in the Californian city of Monterey Park near LA – where people were gathering to celebrate the Chinese New Year festival.
In today’s episode of the Fourcast we speak to our health and social care editor, Victoria Macdonald, about her experience on the frontline of the NHS, how we got here and what steps the government could take to improve the state of our NHS.
Rick Rubin is the legendary music producer who founded Def Jam records
Troops who fought alongside Ethiopian forces against rebels in the Tigray region have begun withdrawing – under a peace agreement brokered by the African union.
Lindsey Hilsum previews the year ahead in geopolitics.
This week the Golden Globes were back again after last year’s racism scandal.
The UK has confirmed for the first time that it’s planning to send “game changing” tanks to Ukraine, pledging to accelerate its support with the kind of technology which could help Ukraine win the war against Russia.
Our Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Secunder Kermani, was in Brazil during that tense election last year – and has been speaking to Bolsonaro supporters today.
Where do Jair Bolsonaro supporters go from here?
This has been something of a tumultuous year in British politics – three prime ministers, two monarchs, a major European war and a cost of living crisis.