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post 01 January 2001
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Gaza live: Israeli soldier 'may have been captured'

The Israeli military says a soldier may have been captured during clashes in southern Gaza, as a ceasefire between the Israeli defence force and Hamas collapses.

article 01 August 2014 World, Israel
Gaza conflict: fighting resumes despite ceasefire
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Israeli shelling in southern Gaza kills at least 25 people, the Palestinian interior ministry says, as a ceasefire that went into effect only hours earlier appears to be crumbling.

post 01 January 2001
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Exclusive: Tory MP urges government 'rethink' on Gaza

A letter from a Tory MP to the foreign secretary, seen by Channel 4 News, shows the first signs of serious unease emerging in Conservative ranks about the government's stance on the conflict in Gaza.

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post 01 August 2014
Read more on Liam's blog Weather warning for heavy rain this weekend

This weekend will see much of the UK experience weather that hasn't been seen for quite some time, with an area of low pressure bringing heavy rain.

post 01 August 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog In the midst of Gaza's bloody 'truce'

I've just seen what a ceasefire means, on a road east of Khan Younis. It means young men getting carried along dusty roads in blankets, with sniper wounds.

post 01 August 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Seven things about the military situation in Gaza

Getting your bearings in a war is difficult. Here are seven things I've noticed that may help you understand what is happening.

video 01 August 2014 World, Israel

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Gaza truce & talks planned - if the ceasefire holds: video

US Secretary of State John Kerry says Hamas and Israel have agreed a three-day truce and talks will begin in Cairo once authorities are sure the ceasefire is holding.

post 01 August 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Gaza live: Israeli soldier 'may have been captured'

The Israeli military says a soldier may have been captured during clashes in southern Gaza, as a ceasefire between the Israeli defence force and Hamas collapses.

post 01 August 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Thought WWI was history? In the Middle East, think again

Europeans may think WWI is history, but people in the Arab world are still living with the fury and violence the conflict caused.

video 31 July 2014 UK

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Beyond the Games: who wants the Commonwealth? - video

Is there a sense in Glasgow that - not just the Games - but the Commonwealth itself is a bit underwhelming? Sports Correspondent, Keme Nzerem, takes the political temperature there.

video 31 July 2014 UK

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Will energy profits plummet or double? - video

Ofgem claims energy firms will double their profits but the British Gas owner Centrica says its profits have gone down. So, who's right? CNBC's UK Business Editor Helia Ebrahimi assesses the evidence.

video 31 July 2014 UK

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Public Health England in diabetes warning - video

Public Health England is asking all of us to measure our waistlines and says that anything over 40 inches for men or 35 for women means we have a "very high risk" of developing type 2 diabetes.

video 31 July 2014 UK

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Welcome to 'Britain's Sistine Chapel' - video

Jon Snow visits the Sandham Memorial Chapel, which houses Stanley Spencer's iconic depictions of life on the frontline in WWI - along with Spencer's two daughters.

video 31 July 2014 World, Israel

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Israeli and Palestinian mothers debate Gaza conflict - video

"This is a war against the essence life" says Adeem in Gaza, "I will first and foremost defend my children" says Jamie in Israel. Two mothers, one from each side of the Gaza conflict, debate.

article 31 July 2014 World, Israel
Bisan in Gaza
by At Gaza mosque ruins with families living among debris

The first thing I noticed was a tug at my arm. I looked down to see a young girl in a blue top smiling up at me, writes Channel 4 News Producer Thom Walker.

article 31 July 2014 World, Guinea
News
by The deadly spread of Ebola - clickable map

New WHO figures put the Ebola death toll at 729, as Sierra Leone declares a national emergency. Channel 4 News speaks to the man who discovered the virus, and charts the spread of the disease.

article 31 July 2014 World, Venezuela
Brazilian President Dilma Roussef and Bolivia's Evo Morales (Getty Images)
Guillermo Galdos by Gaza war prompts Latin America to break ties with Israel

While the US and UK stand by Israel over its military offensive in Gaza, governments across Latin America have moved to cut their links.

post 31 July 2014
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Exclusive: Tory MP urges government 'rethink' on Gaza

A letter from a Tory MP to the foreign secretary, seen by Channel 4 News, shows the first signs of serious unease emerging in Conservative ranks about the government's stance on the conflict in Gaza.

article 31 July 2014 UK, Israel
Protester holds banner during an anti-Israel demonstration in London
Simon Israel by Is anti-Semitism on the rise in Britain?

As a crop of Hitler-related hashtags emerge on social media over the past month, Simon Israel asks whether there is a rise in anti-Semitism in Britain.

post 31 July 2014
Read more on Liam's blog A typhoon seen from space and sliced down the middle

Satellites now have an array of equipment on-board, allowing storms not only to be viewed from space, but sliced down the middle, with a side on profile view.

article 31 July 2014 UK
News
Bottoms down? 'Booze tags' for drunken criminals

People who commit booze-related crimes in four London boroughs will soon be forced to wear US-style ankle tags that monitor their drinking, under a new pilot scheme.

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Paul Mason reporting from Gaza. See his updates here