The MH17 passenger plane disaster over Ukraine was caused by a Russian-made BUK missile, according to the final report from Dutch investigators.
The justice training deal may be off, and there's new hope for Karl Andree, the Brit sentenced to lashes in Saudi Arabia. What's left of Britain's relationship there?
Russia says the shelling of its embassy in the Syrian capital was an "act of terrorism" designed to intimidate "supporters of the fight against terrorism".
The government pulls its £5.9bn bid to train Saudi Arabian justice officials, as David Cameron promises to intervene over the proposed flogging of British grandfather Karl Andree in the Gulf kingdom.
Playboy magazine is to stop featuring nude models in its magazine as part of a redesign in March.
Last night's acrimonious PLP meeting happened over a policy position where they nearly all agree. Labour has much bigger divisions coming down the track.
Letters sent to the director of public prosecutions by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson MP calling for an immediate review of the case against Leon Brittan been seen by Channel 4 News.
Three Islamic State sympathisers arrested shortly before Remembrance Sunday were planning to carry out a beheading, a court is told.
Self-balancing 'hoverboard' scooters are illegal to ride in public according to guidance released by the Crown Prosecution Service.
The Turkish government says it believes Islamic State was responsible for suicide bombings in Ankara that killed at least 97 people.
The legal profession's statement calls for the UK to set up secure legal routes and humanitarian visas so refugees are not forced to risk their lives.
Thousands of people have gathered in Turkey's capital Ankara to mourn the victims of a double bomb blast that killed at least 95 people and injured 246.
Former Conservative Chancellor Lord Geoffrey Howe has died aged 88 after a suspected heart attack, his family has announced.
Turkey says dozens of people have been killed and hundreds injured after two explosions outside the train station in the country's capital, Ankara.
A British terror suspect released from Guantanamo Bay after lobbying by the British Government is with the so-called Islamic State in Syria, Channel 4 News can reveal.
Channel 4 News has obtained the first television interview with the journalist dubbed the "Prince of Darkness" for his role at the centre of the phone hacking scandal.
'I didn't bring down the News of the World. The News of the World brought itself down. News International brought itself down by reacting the way they did.'