Ten years ago, correspondent Terry Lloyd was shot dead on the eve of the invasion of Iraq. I returned to the same spot with his daughter.
If there has been loss of life among hostages in Algeria, will the West want to hit back at al-Qaeda-linked groups in the Sahel region?
Northern Mali has become a haven for Islamic radicals, fuelled by weapons from Gadaffi's Libya. The French mission may last quite some time.
If you want an opinion on anything in New York, natural disasters included, you only have to hail one of the city's famous yellow taxis.
The 23-year-old secrets contained in thousands of documents are simply shocking .
Current News at Ten anchor Mark Austin: Alastair Burnet 'set the bar high and we merely looked up'
The mass graves of Srebrenica in Bosnia in 1995 and Racak in Kosovo in 1999 were both tipping points - the mass graves of Houla won't be.
It is no coincidence that the rain relented and the sun shone today, because the life we gathered to celebrate was defiantly optimistic.
In an interview with ITV News, Tony Blair told Mark Austin that Britain should “keep all options open” when it comes to Syria.
It took Margaret Thatcher "three minutes" to decide that Britain would sink the Argentine warship the Belgrano during the Falklands War.