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article 26 November 2014 UK
It is rare to be allowed inside a children's home to talk to sexual abuse victims. They have been let down by adults they trust, so why should they trust anyone else? Cordelia Lynch reports.
Inside the home for sexually abused girls

It is rare to be allowed inside a children's home to talk to sexual abuse victims. They have been let down by adults they trust, so why should they trust anyone else? Cordelia Lynch reports.

article 26 November 2014 UK
Islamic State
by Forget Facebook: jihadists are using different apps online

Facebook faces criticism for failing to act over an online chat in which one of Lee Rigby's murderers discussed "killing a soldier" - but it is hardly the only route terrorists use to communicate.

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Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Winterbourne View report: why has there not been more progress?

Today's report on the care of people with learning disabilities in England is full of horrible words and phrases like "stakeholder" - a shame, because it's important.

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Is Facebook really capable of monitoring terrorists?

Bearing in mind Facebook moderators sometimes have trouble telling the difference between breastfeeding and porn, I reckon they'd struggle to distinguish angry boasts from genuine threats to life.

post 26 November 2014
Read more on Liam's blog Frost and fog to start December - but probably no snow

With November about to draw to a close, the arrival of December marks the start of meteorological winter, with thoughts not only of Christmas in our minds, but also the prospect of snow.

article 26 November 2014 UK, Romania
News
Channel 4 News wins two journalism awards

Channel 4 News has scooped two prizes for its journalism at the Political Studies Association and Foreign Press Association awards.

article 26 November 2014 Business
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YouTubers and ads: does it pay to be honest?

They are massive stars and their endorsements can be better than primetime ads for brands. But as the advertising watchdog clamps down, do YouTubers risk falling foul of the rules?

article 26 November 2014 World, Australia
News
Phil Hughes injury: cricketer remains in coma

Australian cricketer Phil Hughes remains in an induced coma after being struck on the head by a short-pitched delivery during a game.

article 26 November 2014 UK, Syria
News
by London jihadi Abu Rumaysah poses with gun and newborn baby

The British jihadi Abu Rumaysah, who skipped bail while facing terror charges and allegedly fled to the Islamic State, has posted an image online posing with a baby and an automatic rifle.

video 26 November 2014 UK

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Angelina Jolie: mansion tax could 'put me off' moving to UK

Actress and director Angelina Jolie tells Channel 4 News she would like to buy a property in Britain, but could be "put off' by Labour's proposed mansion tax on properties worth more than 2m.

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Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Ferguson riots: the story, but not the whole story

America watches as anger in Ferguson continues to rage, and spreads to the other parts of the country - but are they getting the whole truth?

video 26 November 2014 World, United States

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'Sick to my stomach': celeb responses to Ferguson - video

As the US watches Ferguson's riots and protests, celebrities take to Twitter to voice their views to their millions of followers.

video 26 November 2014 UK

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Black Friday madness - coming to a city near you

For years America's big brands have been slashing prices the Friday after Thanksgiving, resulting in carnage - and even arrests - in some stores. And this year, it's coming to Britain.

video 25 November 2014 UK

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Should companies or the state track 'lone wolves'? - video

Britons have only a qualified right to privacy says, Hazel Blears, member of the intelligence and security committee, which let spy agencies off the hook over the killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby.

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Ferguson unrest: Giuliani blames 'racial arsonists' - video

Poverty alone cannot explain the unrest fomented in Ferguson, Missouri, says former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani.

video 25 November 2014 World, Australia

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Phil Hughes injury: can fast bowling ever be safe? - video

Australian cricketer Phil Hughes has been put into an induced coma after he was injured by a ball during a match. We look at the risks batsmen face and whether the game can ever really be made safe.

video 25 November 2014 UK

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Private schools 'should be forced to share' - video

Labour's Tristram Hunt says private schools should not get tax breaks unless they do more to help state schools out.

post 25 November 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Want to borrow a dog? New safeguards for the sharing economy

Whether you're looking to borrow a dog or even a driveway, tomorrow's report proposes introducing a kitemark into the sharing economy sector.

video 25 November 2014 World, United States

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'Law student could've done better' - Brown lawyer

Ferguson: Michael Brown's family lawyer says the prosecution failed to hold officer Darren Wilson to account, while activist Reverend Al Sharpton says the deceased victim was discredited by the state.

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A man and a woman from Walsall have been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.

The couple were detained by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit at around 10.30pm last night (25 November) at Heathrow Airport, as they disembarked a flight from Istanbul.

Officers say there was no risk to the safety of the flight and that the arrest - which was planned and intelligence led - has resulted in two addresses in Walsall being searched. The man, aged 20, and the woman, aged 19, are both currently in custody in the West Midlands area.

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"I am deeply concerned at the disproportionate number of young African Americans who die in encounters with police officers."

UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, in a statement earlier today.

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