The World Tonight

When it comes to daily news, The World Tonight takes international events seriously and covers them in depth. Using the BBC's international network of correspondents we report on what is going on, put it in context and provide a forum for debate on th

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Carney: 'Age Of Irresponsibility' Is Over
The Governor of the Bank of England has warned the City that "the age of irresponsibility is over" as he sets out plans to increase prison sentences for bankers who break the law. We speak to a former senior member of the Bank of England. A British man who's returned to the UK after fighting Islamic State militants in Syria has told the BBC it would not be in the public interest for the police to prosecute him. The Pentagon says it's sending 450 more troops to Iraq. Is that anything like enough to help tackle Islamic State? And, two famous deaths in one day - James Last and Margueritte Patten. An obituaries editor tells us how they decide who is more important.
Dátum: 2015-06-10 Idő: 22:00:00
Mosul a year on - how IS rules the Iraqi city
A year after Islamic State captured the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, we ask how IS governs and finances its areas? As nominations open for the Labour leadership candidates - we talk to activists in a North West of England constituency which was gained by the Tories last month and ask what qualities they are seeking at the top. The family of Jean Charles de Menezes - the Brazilian man shot dead by police nearly 10 years ago - are going to the European Court of Human Rights to challenge the decision not to charge any police officers with his killing. We talk to their lawyer. And we discuss whether girls should be more disruptive in class to do better in the workplace
Dátum: 2015-06-09 Idő: 22:00:00
Tories debate free vote on Europe
David Cameron claims journalists mis-interpreted over Europe. G7 leaders pledge an end to fossil fuels by turn of century; Turkish voters reduce the power of Pres. Erdogan's AK party; Why 10 seconds of Verdi is good for blood pressure. With Carolyn Quinn.
Dátum: 2015-06-08 Idő: 22:00:00
Yemen's humanitarian crisis
Opposing sides in Yemen have agreed to UN-brokered peace talks. We hear how millions of people in the country are struggling for food and medicine. A special report ahead of this weekend's elections in Turkey. And crossing continents in song: a duet between Wales and Patagonia.
Dátum: 2015-06-05 Idő: 22:00:00
Ukraine - fighting intensifies
Monitors in Ukraine say violence is intensifying, with both sides amassing new weaponry; Why families in Russia are falling out over politics; Star-studded film about FIFA released to US cinemas; Was Alex Samond sexist when he told a colleague to "behave yourself woman" More than 150 dead after petrol station accident in Ghana.
Dátum: 2015-06-04 Idő: 22:00:00
Ex-Fifa man Blazer details bribes
A former senior FIFA official has admitted that he conspired with fellow FIFA executives to accept bribes during the process to choose the of the 2010 World Cup Details of a major BBC investigation as one of the world's leading athletics coaches, Alberto Salazar, is at the centre of doping allegations. Jeremy Corbyn tells us why he's entering the Labour leadership race. And the new breed of hostels for the more discerning backpacker.
Dátum: 2015-06-03 Idő: 22:00:00
02 Jun 15. FIFA president announces his resignation
Following the surprise resignation of the FIFA president Sepp Blatter, we get reaction from the English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke and from the sports minister Tracy Crouch. Friends and colleagues pay tribute to Charles Kennedy, the former Liberal Democrat Leader who has died at the age of 55. Also tonight we get the latest on the attempt to rescue scores of people trapped after a cruise boat in China capsized on the Yangtze river. And can Japan come to terms with the first mixed race woman to win the title of Miss Japan?
Dátum: 2015-06-02 Idő: 22:54:00
01 Jun 15 : Hammond: we'll sell EU advantages
How strong is of the UK's bargaining position with Europe? The Foreign Secretary says the Government will be selling hard the advantages of remaining in the EU if a decent deal is struck. Why the smokiness of a home contributed to a 2 year old boy being taken away by the courts and placed for adoption. The latest twists in the FIFA corruption story. And what IS happening in America to the intelligence services ability to carry out surveillance of US citizens telephones?
Dátum: 2015-06-01 Idő: 23:01:00
Sepp Blatter re-elected as Fifa president
Sepp Blatter. Not exactly understated but comfortably re-elected: after a week of arrests and allegations suggesting a stench of corruption hangs over football's world governing body, the man who's run FIFA since the last century keeps his job. The Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond tells us what the implications of Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration in Abuja mean for the UK's contribution to the fight against Boko Haram. Katy Watson reports from El Salvador on efforts to combat the gang violence. And that romantic trip to Paris has just got cheaper. You won't need to buy a padlock and leave it dangling from a bridge, after Parisians decided they were not just an eyesore, but weigh so much they could bring the crossing crashing down.
Dátum: 2015-05-29 Idő: 22:00:00
Blatter: Scandal Brings 'Shame And Humiliation'
The head of world football's governing body, Sepp Blatter, has brushed off calls for him to resign, but admitted the corruption allegations levelled against FIFA have brought shame on the sport. We hear about the Orthodox Jewish sect in London which has ordered women to stop driving. And, why even the most conservative of American states has thrown out the death penalty.
Dátum: 2015-05-28 Idő: 22:00:00