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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Live in Gaza: Israel steps up attacks

Israel knocks out Gaza's only power plant and flattens the home of Hamas's leader following the death on Monday of 10 Israeli soldiers in cross-border attacks.

video 29 July 2014 World, Israel
Gaza under fire - watch live

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Live footage from the Gaza Strip, the focus of the latest conflict between Israel and Hamas, as large explosions are reported across the Palestinian territory.

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

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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
Shell brick up over Greenpeace's Lego protest

Over 50 children gather outside Shells London headquarters to build three large Lego Arctic animals to protest against the use of the oil giants logo on the toymakers 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.

post 29 July 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Poverty is at the root of west Africa's Ebola crisis

Although it is highly contagious, Ebola the disease is not the problem. The problem is poverty, under-development, and the lack of state institutions.

article 29 July 2014 UK
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'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.

post 29 July 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog More EU Russian sanctions imminent - 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.

video 29 July 2014 Culture

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I'm not the messiah, I'm just a Naughty Boy - video

Music producer Naughty Boy talks about starting his stellar career from his shed after winning £44,000 on Deal or No Deal. Watch the full interview tonight on Channel 4 News at seven.

article 29 July 2014 World, Israel
News
Israel warns of 'lengthy' battle against Hamas

Gazans report one of the heaviest nights of bombardment from Israeli forces, after an address by the Israeli President Binyamin Netanyahu warning Israel to prepare for a prolonged "campaign".

article 29 July 2014 UK
News
When is online 'revenge porn' illegal?

Posting sexually explicit photos and videos of an ex online is a growing problem, says a committee of peers, who want greater clarity about when it is a criminal offence.

post 29 July 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog What it feels like to be under Israeli fire

Some Gazans are tweeting that this was the worst night of bombardment that the city and the Strip have ever witnessed. This is what it felt like to be under sustained bombardment.

post 29 July 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Gaza live: Israel steps up attacks

Israel knocks out Gaza's only power plant and flattens the home of Hamas's leader following the death on Monday of 10 Israeli soldiers in cross-border attacks.

video 28 July 2014 World, Israel

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How do people view Israel now? - video

Jon Snow talks to Jake Wallis Simons and Lavie Tidhar, both Jewish authors who have written about Israel, to discuss what the cultural implications are for the current conflict in Gaza.

video 28 July 2014 World, Libya

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Violence spirals across Libya as Tripoli fire rages - video

As a major fuel depot burns in Libya's capital Tripoli, C4 News looks at the country's descent into violence after Gadaffi's overthrow as well as the growing bloodshed across the Middle East.

video 28 July 2014 UK

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Passport strike due to 'desperate staff shortage' - video

Passport Office workers strike in protest at what they claim is a desperate shortage of staff. One family tells of their wait to see if they must cancel their holiday because of the industrial action.

video 28 July 2014 World, Israel

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Ten Palestinians die in Gaza rocket attack - video

Ten Palestinians - mostly children - are killed when a missile explodes in a park at the al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza City.

video 28 July 2014 Israel

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'Shocking hospital attack was by Hamas' - video

The attack on Gaza's main hospital was the work of Hamas, says Daniel Taub, the UK's Israeli ambassador. And he says his country wants to see nobody die - "least of all children".

article 28 July 2014 UK
Fracking in the north of England (credit: Getty Images)
Fracking to protect beauty spots - or Tory marginals?

The government's decision to allow oil and gas exploration companies to bid for licenses for fracking raises environmental questions and concern for the future of Britain's national parks.

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