We look at the lives and legacies of three journalists who broke the mould.
mRNA could open the door to treatments of cancer, heart disease and brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
The UN deputy secretary-general discusses the key issues affecting women in her home country and around the world.
Leaders in southern Africa are considering possible troop deployment to northern Mozambique amid a rise in attacks.
We challenge Hungarian government spokesperson Zoltán Kovács and debate the case for reparations for US slavery.
The European Medicines Agency says the link between AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots is very rare.
Former French ambassador to Washington gives assessment of global politics and offers advice to the Biden White House.
The US and Iran hold indirect talks in Vienna aimed at salvaging the pact after Trump withdrew the US in 2018.
The personal data of more than half a billion Facebook users has been shared online in a security breach.
Tougher restrictions and lockdowns are back in place in much of Europe as COVID infections rise rapidly again.
Geneticist Adam Rutherford and economist Faiza Shaheen discuss race, class and the fight against prejudice.
Ireland’s foreign minister discusses EU-Iran relations and other challenges facing global diplomacy.
There has been a sharp escalation in fighting and reports of a Russian troop build-up at the border.
The film “Concrete Cowboy’ offers an insight into a unique lifestyle.
Amazon lashes out at bad coverage, angry lawmakers and workers seeking to unionise.
Five hundred businessmen and bankers tell Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro to take action to control the pandemic.
President Joe Biden is reportedly pulling troops and equipment out of the Gulf region.
Largely forgotten by Americans, this $50bn per year campaign could literally become a ‘forever war’.
New unity government brings hope for stability, but challenges abound.
The two countries have signed a long-term agreement worth billions of dollars.