A year ago, Stuart Ramsay walked into "every worst nightmare we had imagined" when he and his crew filmed in hospitals at the epicentre of the world coronavirus outbreak.
Fatal heatwaves could affect hundreds of millions of people as global temperatures rise, a new study estimates.
Bitcoin has surged to a new all-time high - with prices breaking £44,000 for the first time.
Even on a grey, drizzly day, the town hall of the third arrondissement in Paris is a fine building.
Ethiopia is facing a prolonged conflict between government forces and troops in its northern Tigray region which has caused tens of thousands to flee.
We'd been asked into the clinic of a camp called Al Hol to meet a young woman.
The breadth and depth of human suffering in the Ethiopian region of Tigray is perfectly clear to humanitarian workers, human rights groups and the international diplomatic community.
Samia Suluhu Hassan has become Tanzania's first female leader after her predecessor, John Magufuli, was pronounced dead on Wednesday.
Four Kenyan policemen will stand trial for murder after a judge ruled they have a case to answer in the death of British aristocrat Alex Monson.
Eight tug boats are trying to move a huge container ship which has blocked Egypt's Suez Canal, causing a traffic jam of vessels.