Channel 4 News along with photo-journalist Raul Gallego Abellan travel deep into the jungle to the Malaysian trafficking camps after mass graves were uncovered along the border.
The Islamic State group releases the first footage from inside the ancient city of Palmyra after capturing the World Heritage site a week ago.
The whistleblower Edward Snowden is defended by a privacy watchdog as a new report claims his "reckless" actions caused "serious damage" to counter terrorism.
The latest predictions from climate models suggest that a moderate to strong El Nino is on the cards in the coming months. But what could this mean for global weather?
David Cameron says Britain is "not happy with the status quo" in the EU, so what changes is he seeking as he prepares for a referendum?
British art lovers want the image of L.S. Lowry, the artist who recorded everyday life in the industrial North East with paintings of iconic 'matchstick men', on the new £20 note
Alistair Carmichael, the former Scottish Secretary, should not resign as an MP for lying about a leaked memo because many politicians are guilty of telling a "brazen lie", Sir Malcom Bruce has said.
British technology guru Sir Jonathan Ive, a driving force behind many of Apple's biggest selling products, is promoted to the company's chief design officer.
At least 13 people died when a freak tornado hit the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Acuna, while in the southern United States 12 people were listed as missing in Texas after heavy storms and floods.
Living next to a busy road could increase the risk of obesity, according to research into the effects of noise pollution on waistlines.
Police hunting Jed Allen, a man suspected of stabbing to death his six-year-old sister, their mother and her partner, say his body has been found in a wooded area in Oxford.
One month after Nepal was devastated by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake a UN official warns that international community's response has been "disappointing" - as another threat approaches&
A man who was bullied online after pictures were posted of him dancing has become an unlikely celebrity and flew to Los Angeles for a celebrity anti-bullying fundraiser in his honour.
Malaysian authorities discover signs of torture and graves with multiple bodies in more than two dozen abandoned camps linked to human trafficking.
David Cameron prepares for talks with the European Commission president as he continues his "charm offensive" for EU reform.
Both in Spain and Poland, centrist pro-EU politics is falling victim to its association with a crony-ist elite and its failure to tell a convincing story to the young.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi rejects US criticism of his military forces after they fled a confrontation with Islamic State in Ramadi.
The historic gay marriage referendum should be held up as an example for the rest of the world, a campaigner has said.
Mathematician John Nash, a Nobel Prize winner who inspired the movie A Beautiful Mind, dies in an auto accident along with his wife in New Jersey.