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article 21 April 2014 World, Kenya
Treated like 'animals': inside Kenya's slum tourism
Sum tourism in Kibera, Kenya
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Kibera slum is home to nearly a million people. With an average income of less than a pound a day, it's one of the poorest parts of Kenya - a poverty that is attracting western tourists.

article 21 April 2014 UK
Ukip criticised over anti-immigration campaign posters
Ukip 'anti-immigration' campaign poster

Ukip has come under fire after the party unveiled a series of anti-immigration European election campaign posters that is plans to display in "hundreds" of sites.

article 21 April 2014 World, South Korea
South Korean ferry crew's conduct 'like murder'
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The actions of some crew members as the South Korean ferry sank were tantamount to murder, the country's president says. The disaster's confirmed death toll is now 64, with 238 missing, presumed dead.

video 21 April 2014 World, Syria
Syria President Assad in rare public appearance - video

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad makes a rare public appearance as he visits a recently recaptured Christian town. State television reported that presidential elections will take place on 3 June.

video 21 April 2014 World, Venezuela
Violent clashes in Venezuelan capital - video

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Anti-government protesters clashed with National Guard officers in Caracas on Sunday, with masked protesters throwing rocks at police, who responded with water cannon.

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article 21 April 2014 UK
News
David Moyes 'to be sacked': Man Utd says 'no comment'

Manchester United refuses to comment on newspaper reports that manager David Moyes is facing the sack after a series of disappointing results.

article 21 April 2014 World, Ukraine
News
Russia: Kiev 'breaking Geneva accord' on Ukraine

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accuses Ukraine of violating an accord reached in Geneva last week aimed at averting a wider conflict between the two neighbours.

article 20 April 2014 World, Ukraine
Ukraine two dead after shooting breaks Easter truce
Ukraine gun battle shatters Easter truce - but who did it?

At least two people were killed in a gun battle in eastern Ukraine. The outbreak of fighting in Slaviansk broke the uneasy silence that had fallen on the area after Kiev promised a truce over Easter.

article 20 April 2014 World, South Korea
Families frustration at South Korean ferry recovery process
Families' frustration at South Korean ferry recovery process

Divers have managed to get inside the hull of the sunken South Korean ferry for the first time to recover the bodies of those who died, it is reported.

video 20 April 2014 World, Spain

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The reign in Spain... is in trouble - video

But things are rosy for the Spanish royal family. The country's economic troubles, allied to a series of unflattering royal revelations has boosted republican sentiment. Matt Frei reports.

article 20 April 2014 World
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Everest: 'it is not possible to find them, dead or alive'

Rescuers abandon their attempts to find three Sherpas who are still missing after Everest's worst ever climbing disaster, as Sherpas debate whether they close Everest for the rest of the year.

article 20 April 2014 World, Ukraine
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by After the Ukrainian revolution - what next for Femen?

The Ukrainian pressure group scaled church steeples and ambushed President Putin. But that was before the Ukrainian Revolution. Channel 4 News speaks to Femen about what happens next.

video 19 April 2014 World

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Bodies recovered from Everest - video

The bodies of 13 Sherpas have been recovered from the mountain, with another three thought to have died remaining on its slopes overnight.

video 19 April 2014 UK, Syria

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British Jihadis: second brother shot - video

The father of a British teenager killed in Syria tells Channel 4 News that another of his sons was wounded in the same battle. A third is also fighting in Syria, Abubaker Deghayes says.

article 19 April 2014 World, South Korea
News
South Korean ferry disaster: captain 'bows head' in apology

The captain of the South Korean ferry that capsized apologises to the families of those who died, admitting that he was at fault.

article 19 April 2014 UK
News
Hold on to your brolly for a soggy Easter Sunday

Weather forecasters are predicting a rainy Easter Sunday for most of England and Wales, as the dry and sunny start to the Bank Holiday weekend comes to an end.

article 19 April 2014 UK
News
Seven-year-old boy critical after being found ablaze

A young boy is in a critical condition in hospital after being found "on fire" after an incident involving petrol on a street in Aberdeen, police say.

video 19 April 2014 World, South Korea

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South Korea: relatives watch rescue operation live - video

The families of the hundreds still missing after the South Korean ferry disaster huddle together to watch live footage of the underwater operation to find their relatives.

article 19 April 2014 World, France
French journalists Pierre Torres (L) and Nicolas Henin (R)
French journalists freed: 'It's nice to see the sky'

Four French journalists held hostage in Syria since June last year are found blindfolded and with their hands tied, by soldiers on the Turkish border.

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US vice president Joe Biden will meet with Ukraine’s acting president, Oleksander Turchinov, and prime minister Arseny Yatseniuk in Kiev on Tuesday, the White House says.
On the agenda will be the violence in the east of Ukraine in which at least three people are reported to have died on Sunday: http://bit.ly/1kPH5Tf

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye calls the actions of some of the crew of the sunken ferry Sewol “like an act of murder that cannot and should not be tolerated” as four more are arrested. They join the three, including the ferry’s captain, who were arrested on Saturday on charges of negligence.
Park’s comments come the confirmed death toll reaches 64 overnight, with 238 still missing, presumed dead.

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Rubin Carter, about whom Bob Dylan wrote the protest song “Hurricane”, has died of pancreatic cancer aged 76. Carter served nearly two decades in prison after being wrongly convicted of a triple murder in 1967.
The middleweight boxer’s case was, many thought, prime example of racial prejudice in the United States.

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Happy Birthday (for tomorrow) Your Majesty. A new portrait of the Queen taken by David Bailey has been released. She will be 88 tomorrow. 

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A pro-Russian activist manning a barricade at Slaviansk in eastern Ukraine describes a shooting incident that left at least two people dead. The identity of the gunmen has not been confirmed. 

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Forensic Police officers comb the scene where prominent dissident republican,Tommy Crossan was shot dead near the Springfield Road in west Belfast. A 26-year-old man was arrested in connection with the killing of the 43-year-old father-of-six, who was a former senior member of the Continuity IRA (CIRA).

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Today is world record store day, when independently owned music shops come together with artists to hosts gigs, special events and offers throughout Britain. Happy vinyl hunting!

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"For something like this to happen makes the whole thing seem pointless to me"

Adventurer and filmmaker Ed Wardle speaks to Channel 4 News from the slopes of Everest, where 16 people are believed to have died. Watch the full interview here: http://bit.ly/1f1xm6T

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"Koreans don’t have the view that they have to stay with their ship until the end. It is a different culture from the west."

Ju Hi-chun, maritime author, speaking about South Korean ferry captain Lee Joon-seok

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US geological survey group says a powerful quake has hit Mexico, in Guerrero state south of Mexico City.  

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David Axelrod, the political advisor who masterminded Barack Obama’s winning election campaigns, has been recruited by Ed Miliband ahead of next year’s election. Here he explains why he took the job.

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England batsman Jonathan Trott stops all cricket with immediate effect. “I have felt the same anxieties that occurred during my time in Australia.” Read our recap of what happened last November:  

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Hundreds are still missing following the sinking of a ferry in South Korea. The captain is being questioned. Pro-Russian separatists killed by Ukrainian military. Edward Snowden questions Vladimir Putin. Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ video copies go viral.

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"We have had enough of this loss of life. It’s sickening. They are making ships now which are arguably not even as safe as they used to be."

Allan Graveson, senior national secretary of the maritime union Nautilus International, on the South Korea ferry crash. Read more here.

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A Metropolitan Police Gangs Task Force has seized a huge arsenal of guns in a raid in east London. One of the biggest gun seizures the force has ever made, it included sawn off shotguns and machine guns. A 51-year-old man was arrested at the address.

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Russia’s President Putin says the people of the Moldovan region of Transnistria should have the right to decide their own fate.

Why should we care? Read Paul Mason’s blog to find out: Undercover in Transnistria: Russia’s next potential flashpoint.

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A 45-year-old lorry driver has been arrested in connection with the crash on the M26 on Wednesday which killed two French women aged 16 and 22.

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The expert witness for the state, Roger Dixon, continues to be grilled in court after contradicting Oscar Pistorius’s own version of events - South African Journalist Debora Patta is in court for Channel 4 News: