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article 25 January 2015 Politics
Farage: Bashir 'unlikely to last long' with Tories - video
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage exclusively tells Channel 4 News that he had possibly been "too soft" in not suspending Amjad Bashir earlier, who defected to the Conservative Party amid suspension claims.

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video 24 January 2015 World, Greece

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World leaders visit Saudi Arabia - video

David Cameron and Prince Charles are in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects after the death of King Abdullah, but the row about the government's response to his death is still raging back home.

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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Five last-minute thoughts about the Greek election

Greece's deep-seated problems are decades old and normal. What's abnormal is the chance to blow it all away.

video 24 January 2015 World, Ukraine

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Rebel shelling 'kills 15' in Mariupol - video

At least 15 people are killed after pro-Russian separatists shell the eastern Ukrainian port of Mariupol, says Kiev.

video 24 January 2015 World, Yemen

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Thousands march in Yemen against Shia rebel takeover - video

Protesters numbering in their thousands take to the streets of Yemen's capital Sanaa in the biggest demonstration yet against the Houthi group dominating the country.

article 24 January 2015 World, Brazil
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Brazil suffers 'worst ever' droughts

Some of Brazil's most populous states are tackling their worst droughts since records began - halfway through what should be the rainy season.

article 24 January 2015 World, Ukraine
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At least 30 dead as rebels 'launch attack' on Mariupol

At least 30 people are killed in heavy shelling by pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, as the leader of rebel fighters says an offensive is "launched".

video 24 January 2015 United States

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US measles outbreak spreads from Disneyland - video

Doctors in the US have urged parents and schools to vaccinate children against measles after an outbreak that began in Disneyland in California continues to spread.

article 24 January 2015 World, United States
Houthi fighters on patrol in Sana'a, Yemen
Why Yemen's political collapse matters

Yemen is currently without a president and a government after Shia rebels took over the capital Sana'a  causing ramifications for the region and the US's war on terror.

video 23 January 2015 World, Greece

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Greece decides on its future, and maybe Europe's - video

Greek voters are about to choose a new government - and their decision could affect the very future of the eurozone, with the leftist Syriza party asking voters to end "national humiliation".

video 23 January 2015 UK, China

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Merger move: is Three the magic number for O2? - video

A huge mobile phone merger is on the cards as Three gears up to buy its rival 02 in a 10bn deal. So will O2 plus Three equal better prices for consumers?

video 23 January 2015 Politics

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Debates and empty chairs: who's in and who's out? - video

Are they calling David Cameron's bluff? Broadcasters say a series of TV debates will go ahead in April - whether or not party leaders agree to take part.

video 23 January 2015 World, Greece

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'We are going to destroy the Greek oligarchy system'

Yanis Varoufakis, tipped to be Syriza's new finance minister, tells Paul Mason what his party would do if it gets into government in Greece, and admits the prospect of power in Europe is "scary".

article 23 January 2015 UK, Syria
Exclusive: Two British men who have have returned from the Syria conflict say they travelled to the Middle East on a humanitarian mission to
We were defending British values, say Syria Britons

Exclusive: two British men who have returned from the Syria conflict say they went to the Middle East on a humanitarian mission "against a brutal regime" - and insist they are not terrorists.

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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Ripped off, poor, suicidal: the farmers turning to Syriza

In Assos, a sleepy farming village in the gulf of Corinth, the far-left Syriza party got 121 votes in the election 10 years ago. On Sunday it should top the polls - easily.

post 23 January 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: how much has the coalition cost you?

Are you out of pocket thanks to coalition policies? And would it have been any different under a Labour government?

post 23 January 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog The Saudi king is dead, long live the Saudi king

Many thousands of Saudi men are in the field with Isis. But the Saudi royal family is so dominant that it is unclear who is linked to what when it comes to the export of extremism.

article 23 January 2015 UK
It is bitterly cold, you notice a rough sleeper in a doorway and wonder what you can do. Here is how you can help (Reuters)
How you can help rough sleepers during the cold

It is bitterly cold, you notice a rough sleeper in a doorway and wonder what you can do. Here is how you can help.

article 23 January 2015 World, Saudi Arabia
Mourners gathered around the grave of Saudi King Abdullah (Reuters)
Saudi Arabia and the House of Saud: things you should know

King Abdullah's death has trained a spotlight on Saudi Arabia, one of the most devout and politically insular countries in the Middle East. Here are some facts about the kingdom you may not know.

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