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article 31 July 2015
News
Natwest hit by cyber attack on payday

RBS, Natwest and Ulster Bank customers have been complaining in their hundreds as is hit with technical difficulties for the second time in six weeks

article 31 July 2015 UK
News
Simon Israel by Scotland Yard sergeant cleared of child sex charges

A retired Metropolitan police sergeant, who won a series of race discrimination claims against the force, has been cleared of racially and sexually abusing a teenager 29 years ago.

article 31 July 2015 France
News
David Cameron warns migrant crisis will last all summer

Britain to send sniffer dogs and more fencing to Calais as the prime minister says disruption could last throughout the summer

post 31 July 2015
Read more on Liam's blog Good weather for August? Don't get your hopes up.

The curtain is about to fall on the month of July, meaning that we are about to enter our last summer month of the year. But what will August bring?

article 30 July 2015
The Kids Company website
Kids Company charity investigated by police

The charity says it is "co-operating fully" to assist with investigations being carried out by the Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command.

article 30 July 2015 World, Israel
Jerusalem gay pride stabbing
Jerusalem gay pride: 'ultra-Orthodox' attacker stabs six

Six participants in Jerusalem's annual gay pride event are stabbed in what is thought to be an attack by an ultra-Othrodox Jewish assailant.

post 30 July 2015
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog 'I feel less of a woman': living with FGM

The inspirational Dr Comfort Momoh has been supporting the victims of FGM for years, giving her patients hope for a new life.

article 30 July 2015 UK, France
News
Calais migrant camps: seventeen years of shanty towns

The migrant camp near Calais known as the Jungle is causing controversy. But it's not the first. Channel 4 News looks back at seventeen years of political impotence and refugee despair.

article 30 July 2015 UK
NewsLiam Lyburd
Newcastle teenager found guilty of planning massacre

A Newcastle teenager who assembled a Glock handgun from parts he bought on the internet has been found guilty of planning a massacre at his former college.

article 30 July 2015 World, United States
Officer Tensing appears in court
US police officer charged with murder of unarmed black man

As police officer Ray Tensing is charged with murder, prosecutors release shocking body-cam footage of him shooting Samuel DuBose which apparently contradicts his account of what happened.

article 30 July 2015 UK, France
News
Calais migrant crisis: Who's problem is it anyway?

Thousands of migrants are reportedly trying to enter Britain through the Eurotunnel every single day - but what is true the scale of the problem and who's responsibility is it to fix it?

article 30 July 2015 Malaysia
Officials carrying aircraft debris (Getty)
MH370: debris almost certainly from a Boeing 777

Missing Malaysian airliner MH370 is the only 777 ever to be lost in the southern hemisphere and Malaysian experts have been sent to Reunion Island to investigate debris washed up on a beach.

article 29 July 2015 UK
News
Unison leader: Jeremy Corbyn speaks 'the language of hope'

In a further boost to his Labour leadership campaign, left-wing MP Jeremy Corbyn receives the backing of Unison. The union's leaders also nominate Yvette Cooper as their second choice.

article 29 July 2015 UK, France
News
French and British governments step up security at Calais

France is to send 120 extra police officers to Calais in a bid to prevent migrants trying to enter the Channel Tunnel.

article 29 July 2015 Culture, Venezuela
News
Venezuela's hospitals on life support

Venezuela's hospitals are in disarray. Betty Zapata reports on a country where inflation is forcing doctors' salaries below $10 a month and patients are forced to buy life-saving drugs on the street

article 29 July 2015 Technology
Blue pill
Geoff White by The hackers using government websites to sell dodgy pills

A Channel 4 News investigation exposes the scam artists using .gov.uk web pages to sell unlicensed drugs and counterfeit Rolex watches.

article 29 July 2015 World, Israel
News
Israel accused of war crimes in Rafah 'Black Friday' attacks

Human rights group Amnesty International says there is evidence Israel committed war crimes by bombarding the Palestinian town of Rafah in August 2014 after a ceasefire had been announced.

article 29 July 2015
News
Cecil the lion: The blood sport of African trophy hunters

The killing of Cecil the lion, one of Zimbabwe's best known and most studied animals, has sparked a debate about the ethics of big game trophy hunting - but what is it?

article 29 July 2015 Technology
News
'Cool new hands': boy gets first ever double hand transplant

Eight-year-old Zion Harvey lost both his hands when he was two and is the first child to receive the pioneering operation.

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Paris police opened fire on a car that drove through barriers on the Tour de France route this morning, but an official said: “It’s not terrorism, it’s just a simple refusal to comply, as there are many every day.”



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"If it is the policy, it’s very disturbing. It’s very troubling."

US Secretary of State John Kerry, responding on Al Arabiya TV to a statement by Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei vowing to defy American policies in the region.

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