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- Hague to host global summit on war zone rape
- Destined for the top? The Thatcherite Muslim with working class roots
- High energy company bill shatters my pipe dream
Europe Editor Matt Frei on Europe and the world.
- A proxy cold war, played out on Ukraine's streets
- What if Kennedy had never died, and never been martyred?
- Dreaming of Europe, Sweden and the jihad
Faisal Islam guides you through the world of finance and money in language which makes sense.
- An exclusive interview with the Edward Snowden of banking
- Children of Blair are overtaken by Ireland
- Capping payday loans: from light touch to strong arm
Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
- David Cameron in China: Chasing paper everywhere
- David Cameron, China's Amazon and Tibet
- David Cameron to China: 'Come on in, the water's lovely'
Dispatches from the culture wars – latest analysis from Culture and Digital Editor Paul Mason.
- Engaged with society and gripping: Laure Prouvost scoops the 2013 Turner Prize
- The future of gaming begins...with the log-in
- Is there any future for the music album?
Analysis from our award-winning international editor on the conflicts and political movements changing our world.
- Looking for answers in the random nature of war
- Syria's politics are infecting its humanitarian crisis
- 'My son was killed here and I will stay here until I die too'
Channel 4 FactCheck goes behind the spin to dig out the truth and separate political fact from fiction.
- FactCheck Q&A: how bad are British schools?
- FactCheck: Does plain packaging reduce smoking rates?
- FactCheck: Everything you need to know about migrants and benefits
Our social affairs editor looks at the issues affecting modern Britain in an era of spending cuts and high unemployment.
- How a no-nonsense approach turned a 'troubled family' around
- Protecting children - what's the point of serious case reviews?
- The growing number of hungry children in poverty Britain
Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
- 'We need the world to act' - a cry for help from the Central African Republic
- Into the heart of Africa
- Afghans' national suicide note
Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
- Severe gales and coastal flood risk on Thursday
- Gales, a brief chill, then milder - but nothing unusual
- Why is it tricky to forecast cloud trapped under high pressure?
Our science editor with the latest in research and the environment, science and discovery on our crowded planet and beyond.
- Japan decision to abandon carbon target a 'slap in the face'
- Could plutonium be the key to our salvation?
- Spying, the seaside, sub-sea cables - and Rudyard Kipling
The inside track on justice and injustice – latest analysis from Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
- G4S admits it overcharged by millions for tagging offenders
- The critical five seconds that may decide the Mark Duggan inquest
- Death of spy Gareth Williams 'probably' an accident
Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
- Secrets of the shortlist: why an Italian anorak puts us Brits to shame
- Unite choosing Labour's candidates: is Cameron correct?
- Fraud allegations are 'a political smear', says Grant Shapps
Our health and social care correspondent analyses a new-look NHS and how changes to the health service affect you.
- Taking a stand in the battle against Alzheimer's
- Mid-Staffs report: Francis welcomes government's response
- A&E review backs 'two-tier system'
Siobhan Kennedy cuts through the daily barrage of business news, from banks to energy firms to retail to regulators. Read her take on the day’s big stories, with just a little bit of mischief too.
- Rates increase to be capped, but is it too little too late?
- Ed Balls - the proud Co-operator
- Co-op chief quits over Flowers allegations
Award winning Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller offers his perspective on original and striking stories from across the world.
- An open letter to Sri Lankan journalists
- Cameron 'good to his word' in tackling Rajapaksa on human rights
- Chasing the ghosts of Sri Lanka's disappeared
News and colourful analysis from our award-winning foreign affairs correspondent, with his individual take on events around the world.
- No turning back for Bulgaria's 5,000 Syrian refugees
- How I nearly made it to the silver screen
- Syria: talks about talks face 'formidable obstacles'
Keme Nzerem on why sport is about so much more than winning and losing.
- Concussion in sport: is rugby trying hard enough?
- The real McCoy - why no other jump jockey comes close to AP
- Rugby's ticking timebomb: is sport linked to dementia?
Insight and analysis from around the world with Channel 4 News's team of international correspondents.
- Thai protests: a very mild-mannered coup?
- Channel 4 News returns to Sri Lanka
- Grace, generosity and kindness in aftermath of typhoon horror
Technology Producer Geoff White guides you through the latest developments in the world of tech, from cutting edge hardware to the shadowy world of hacking and cybersecurity.
- A 'European cloud' won't keep your data safe from prying eyes
- What are the penalties if web companies fail to monitor their content?
- Google's censorship move 'no great leap forward'
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