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article 25 November 2014 World, United States
Ferguson braced for more unrest after night of violence
Man watching a burning building in Ferguson (Reuters)

A night of rioting follows a grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer over the killing of black teenager Michael Brown. More National Guard reinforcements are being drafted in.

article 25 November 2014 UK
Is Facebook being scapegoated for Lee Rigby's murder?
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A parliamentary inquiry slates a US internet company for failing to help prevent the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby. But is Facebook being blamed for intelligence service failures?

video 25 November 2014 Culture
Angelina Jolie on Pitt and us Brits - video

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Jon Snow interviews film star and human rights ambassador Angelina Jolie about her new film, her future in acting, Brad Pitt - and whether she's planning to move to Britain.

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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.

video 25 November 2014 World, United States

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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.

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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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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: how many black Americans are killed by the police?

Ferguson was ablaze last night after it emerged that a policeman who shot dead a black teenager will not be charged. Is Michael Brown's killing an isolated case?

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Read more from Geoff White on Technology 'The new Stuxnet' - is GCHQ linked to Regin hacking campaign?

Reports emerge of a new highly advanced hacking tool that may be linked to the UK's spying headquarters.

article 25 November 2014 UK
Sharing economy
Sharing is caring? Expanding UK's co-op economy

From empty spare rooms to community dog-sitting, Channel 4 News gets an exclusive look into a new report which suggests as much as a quarter of the UK population are part of the sharing economy.

article 25 November 2014 World, United States
Michael Brown protester (Getty Images)
Timeline: the shooting of Michael Brown

A record of the events between 10 August, when teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a policeman in Missouri, and 25 November, when it was decided not to indict the policeman who killed him.

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Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog What began with the death of Michael Brown is not over yet

So the grand jury spoke. And what followed was protest and anger and a sense that there was never any other way this was going to fall.

video 25 November 2014 World, United States

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Ferguson unrest after police officer not charged

There is unrest in the United States as it is announced that white police officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted over the shooting dead of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.

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Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Ferguson braced after decision on Michael Brown shooting

Preparations are in place in Ferguson, Missouri, to step up action on the streets after it was decided not to press charges against the policeman who killed teenager Michael Brown.

post 25 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Scottish Labour U-turn on tax devolution

Jim Murphy, the front-runner for leadership of the Scottish Labour party, decides he does want full tax devolution to Scotland after all.

article 25 November 2014 UK
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Ten photos of London's hidden homeless

Under subways, in doorways and on the streets, the rough sleepers of London go almost unnoticed. The award-winning photographer Rosie Hallam decided to put their shelter in the spotlight.

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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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