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article 27 February 2015 UK
Mohammed Emwazi: email trail of his descent into barbarity
Before he travelled to Syria, Islamic State's Mohammed Emwazi (aka Jihadi John) wrote a series of emails to the advocacy campaigning group Cage, which Channel 4 News has obtained.

Before he travelled to Syria, Islamic State's Mohammed Emwazi (aka Jihadi John) wrote a series of emails to the advocacy group Cage, which Channel 4 News has obtained.

article 27 February 2015 UK, Somalia
Security services and the road to radicalisation
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It has been commented on that - like the Woolwich killers  the British security services had a file on Mohammed Emwazi. Here, Channel 4 News Africa reporter Jamal Osman describes his own experiences.

article 27 February 2015 World, Mexico
Mexico drug lord Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez arrested
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Guillermo Galdos by

Gomez was head of the Knights Templar cartel, which rules Mexico's wild west with an iron fist - and Channel 4 News obtained the last interview with him before his arrest.

article 27 February 2015 UK
Ukip's Mr Lambert: 'When are you going to resign?'
Paul Lambert interviewed by Michael Crick
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Watch the hunter become the hunted. Paul Lambert, the former BBC producer, now Ukip's head of communications, finds himself in the firing line of Channel 4 News's Michael Crick.

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video 27 February 2015 World, Greece

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German MPs approve Greek bail-out deal

Germany's Parliament approves the four-month extension of Greece's bailout by a huge majority, bringing the final hurdle - getting Eurozone backing - into sight.

post 27 February 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Dancing to the tune of a tuition fee cut

Even sceptics acknowledge that reaction they've seen among young voters to the tuition fee reduction announcement is stunning.

post 27 February 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: will Labour's tuition fees cut help the poorest students?

Labour says its plans to cut tuition fees will make the system "more progressive". Others says poor students will be worse off. Who's right?

article 27 February 2015 World
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Star Trek's 'Spock' Leonard Nimoy dies aged 83

The Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy, who earned global fame as "Spock", has died at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 83.

article 27 February 2015 UK
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Nigel Farage: UK must adopt immigration points system

Addressing Ukip's spring conference in Margate, party leader Nigel Farage says the UK must adopt the Australian-style points system to decide who should be able to settle in the country.

post 27 February 2015
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Iraq: why looting can be a good thing

Better that at least some vestiges of previous civilisations be kept safe in the great museums of London, Berlin and New York, courtesy of the colonial looters of yesteryear.

article 27 February 2015 Culture
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#TheDressIsBlue? Optical illusions to bend your mind

A debate is raging on social media over the colour of a dress. Is it blue and black? Or gold and white? Channel 4 News takes a look at some other optical illusions that have confounded us over time.

article 27 February 2015 UK, Iraq
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What do we still not know about Mohammed Emwazi?

The identity of masked Islamic State militant "Jihadi John" was revealed on Thursday. But what we have since learnt about Mohammed Emwazi throws up as many questions as answers.

article 27 February 2015 UK, Iraq
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How west London became an extremism hotbed

Mohammed Emwazi grew up in Shepherd's Bush and Queen's Park, areas of north west London that have had a long and uncomfortable history of radical extremism. Channel 4 News looks back.

article 27 February 2015 UK
Ed Miliband sets out how a Labour government would honour its pledge to cut university tuition fees to 6,000 a year, saying an
Pension changes to fund Labour's tuition fees cut

Ed Miliband sets out how a Labour government would honour its pledge to cut university tuition fees to 6,000 a year, saying an "entire generation" has been betrayed.

article 27 February 2015 UK, Iraq
Mohammed Emwazi - credit The Sun/News Syndication
Mohammed Emwazi: S Club 7 to IS - in pictures

The British man identified as the Islamic State fighter, believed to have beheaded several hostages, was a popular schoolboy who loved Manchester United and S Club 7.

article 27 February 2015 UK, United States
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Nigel Farage's US speech gets lukewarm reception

The Ukip leader travelled to Washington to speak at right-wing conference CPAC - but was placed bottom of the bill, after most of the delegates had left.

post 27 February 2015
Read more on Michael's blog Is it springtime for Ukip and Margate?

A publicity stunt for a revival of The Producers saw scantily-clad women in Nazi uniforms outside the venue for Ukip's spring conference. Is Ukip itself in need of a revival?

post 27 February 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Labour's 400 maintenance grant sweetener

As well as cutting tuition fees by a third, a Labour government would give students an extra 400 a year for their maintenance grant.

article 27 February 2015 World, Bangladesh
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Bangladesh: dangerous place for a secular blogger?

Bangladesh's capital reels after a prominent blogger was hacked to death, the latest of a series of attacks on writers who support free-thinking values in the Muslim-majority nation.

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