The latest international news from the BBC.
Zeinab Badawi examines the role of religion, and traces the arrival of monotheism in Africa: first Judaism, then early Christianity and finally Islam.
Rajan Datar visits the remote north-east of the country which borders what used to be East Pakistan and is now Bangladesh.
Over 40 million prescriptions for SSRI anti-depressants were handed out by doctors last year in the UK. Panorama reveals the devastating side effects on a tiny minority.
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight.
Click is in India to discover how the country is innovating for the future and solving problems of the past using technology.
Few tourists venture there but with careful planning, it's possible. Ben Zand goes in search of the other side of Sudan starting with the country's amazing archaeological sites.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Pravin Gordhan, Former South African Finance Minister.
A look at business across the continent. We talk to the people and businesses who are changing the economic face of Africa.
One of President Trump's campaign pledges was the construction of a wall along the US-Mexico border. But how would a wall stop drugs and people illegally entering the US?
Kirsty Wark presents a special edition of Newsnight, in front of a studio audience, to mark the 70th anniversary of the division of British India and the creation of India and Pakistan.
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe.
Yalda Hakim has been to Mosul to meet survivors and discover how they endured three years of brutal rule under ISIS, and whether they can now rebuild their destroyed and divided city.
In a special edition Talking Movies reports on Hollywood's summer blockbuster season looking at films such as Wonder Woman which may have changed the movie landscape forever.
Foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in the UK.