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article 30 July 2014 World, Israel
Gaza: 15 dead after attack on UN school
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Health officials say that over 40 people are reported dead in Gaza, including at least 15 at a UN school, after another night of Israeli shelling and air strikes.

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Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Poverty is at the root of west Africa's ebola crisis

The fact that a Cobra meeting is being held on Wednesday is the reason the deadly disease is unlikely to take hold in the UK. It also explains why it has spread so fast in west Africa.

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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Gaza live: UN school suffers deadly shelling

In the fiercest bombardment of the three-week conflict, scores of Palestinians are killed as Israeli forces pound targets across Gaza from the air, from land and from sea.

article 30 July 2014 World, Israel
News
On the streets with Israeli mourners in Jerusalem

Tensions are high in Jerusalem as the period of mourning for the three murdered teenagers comes to an end. Inigo Gilmore joins the mourners where the mood is solemn - and angry.

article 30 July 2014 World, Sierra Leone
News
Top ebola doctor dies from virus

Sierra Leone's leading ebola doctor, Sheik Umar Khan, dies from the virus, after treating over 100 patients during the worst outbreak on record.

article 30 July 2014 World, Italy
News
Costa Concordia: the world's biggest ever marine salvage

It sank on Friday the 13th in 2012 off the coast of Italy, killing 32 people. A ship of bad omens, the Costa Concordia's recovery was a mammoth task.

video 29 July 2014 UK

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After backing it, authorities now attack diesel - video

Change to diesel - and help the environment, drivers were told and offered incentives to do so. Now, using it could hit them where it hurts - in the wallet.

video 29 July 2014 UK

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Former Labour adviser attacks own side - video

A "steaming pile of fudge" - a spin doctor's line to slate an opponent. But former Labour adviser Damien McBride was attacking his own side under Miliband. He debates former Blair aide John McTernan.

video 29 July 2014 World, Israel

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Hamas 'uses civilians as human weapons' - video

Israel has made "superhuman efforts" to minimise suffering in the Gaza Strip, says the former Israeli ambassador to the US, while Hamas is "a vicious, medieval, racist, genocidal organisation".

video 29 July 2014 UK, Russia

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Boris: 'The tennis match is not imminent' - video

Quizzed about his charity tennis match with the wife of a former Putin minister, Boris Johnson tells Channel 4 News: "I'll play tennis any time - but it doesn't seem to be imminent."

article 29 July 2014 UK
News
Grime line: music producers who make the mainstream

What is behind the success of urban producers like Naughty Boy and Labrinth? Our timeline shows how they and others have moved from the underground grime scene into the pop mainstream.

article 29 July 2014 UK
News
'Perhaps no greater turn-off to the British female'

Long commutes, leaving parties early and being a turn-off to potential dates: young people reveal all about the highs and lows of being forced back to their family home.

article 29 July 2014 World, Israel
Gaza
Gaza's infrastructure: the cost of war with Israel

As the United Nations strive for a ceasefire between Israel and Gaza, the impoverished enclave faces a daunting recovery, such is the scale of damage after three weeks of fighting.

article 29 July 2014 World, Israel
Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque (Getty Images)
by In Jerusalem, the Gaza war is touching everyone

It may be far removed from the fury of Gaza, but even in Jerusalem a clawing sense of foreboding is never far away, writes Inigo Gilmore. And there is one tell-tale sign: the streets are almost empty.

article 29 July 2014 UK
News
Greenpeace protests against Lego's Shell tie-up

Over 50 children gather outside Shell's London headquarters to build three large Lego Arctic animals to protest against the use of the oil giant's logo on the toymaker's products.

post 29 July 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog #AskMason: your questions on Israel-Gaza conflict

#AskMason - your questions for Paul Mason, reporting for Channel 4 News in Gaza on latest clashes between Hamas and the Israeli Defence Force.

article 29 July 2014 UK
News
Nearly 2m living with their parents - despite having a job

Getting a job is hard enough. But one in four working 20 to 34-year-olds are forced to live with their parents because of rising costs. How does your area compare? Check out our clickable heatmap.

video 29 July 2014 World, Israel

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Gaza under fire - video

Israel escalates its military campaign against Hamas, with health officials in Gaza saying at least 100 Palestinians have been killed in airstrikes and tank shellings.

post 29 July 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog More Russian sanctions - but will they hurt?

The EU has been locked in talks over more sanctions on Russia. They should include an assessment of how badly the City could be hit by restrictions on Russian banks seeking capital.

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It sank on Friday the 13th in 2012 off the coast of Italy, killing 32 people. A ship of bad omens, the Costa Concordia’s recovery was a mammoth task.

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Our correspondent holds up shrapnel collected at UNWRA school in Gaza http://bit.ly/1nNG81b

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