article 25 July 2014 World, Israel
Gaza unrest: two Palestinians killed in West Bank protest

At least two Palestinians are killed and 200 wounded in the West Bank during massive protests as shelling continues in Gaza.


post 25 July 2014
Read more from Jonathan Miller on his blog Live from West Bank on 'day of rage'

Channel 4 News Foreign Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports from the ground in West Bank - follow his tweets, videos and blogs throughout the day in this live blog.

post 25 July 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Osborne marks GDP moment

George Osborne's response to news that Britain has recovered all the ground lost in the recession of 2008-09 is symptomatic of a government that believes it can win the election.

article 25 July 2014 UK
Darshna Soni by 'Trojan horse' scandal wrecked community cohesion - study

A new study into the effects of the "Trojan horse" scandal in Birmingham finds 90 per cent of the city's Muslims feel community cohesion has been damaged by the way the affair was handled.

article 25 July 2014 UK
Sun out for Osborne as UK economy emerges from downturn

The UK economy grew by 0.8 per cent in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures released this morning.

video 25 July 2014 World, Israel

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Why will Israel not stop its attacks? - video

Jon Snow asks Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor why Israel does not cease its attacks on Gaza. Mr Palmor responds that Israel has already agreed to an Egyptian ceasefire.

video 24 July 2014 UK

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Neville Lawrence 'disgusted' over police data 'collecting'

Neville Lawrence, the father of murdered teenager Stephen, tells Channel 4 News he is "disgusted" over revelations that the Metropolitan Police "collected information" on 18 families seeking justice.

post 24 July 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog In Arabic: Gaza's 'birthplace of saints and death-yard of angels'

We publish in Arabic Jon Snow's account of the scene in Gaza's al-Shifa hospital, where doctors struggle to treat adults and children wounded by Israeli attacks.

article 24 July 2014
Children escape from Beit Hanoun school strike (Reuters)
At least 15 die after strike on UN school in Gaza

Women, children and UN staff were among the dead after a school where Palestinians were sheltering in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza, was hit.

post 24 July 2014
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog On the Hispanic child migrant trail

More than 50,000 children have made the journey without their parents from Central America into the United States since November - but what happens to them?

article 24 July 2014 World, Ukraine
by How should Britain approach sanctions on Russian oligarchs?

How should Britain respond to growing calls to punish Russia's oligarchs in wake of the shooting down of MH17?

article 24 July 2014 Business
Piggy bank (Reuters)
IMF: UK growth 'to outstrip other leading economies'

The International Monetary fund says UK GDP will rise by 3.2 per cent this year after revising its forecast upward for the fourth time in a row.

video 24 July 2014 World, Sudan

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Pope meets woman sentenced to death for being Christian

Meriam Ibrahi, who was sentenced to death in Sudan for renouncing Islam, has met Pope Francis at the Vatican. Meriam's conviction was quashed after Sudan came under intense international pressure.

article 24 July 2014 UK
Teens drinking
Clean-living teens shun fags, booze and drugs

British teenagers are smoking, drinking and taking drugs less than ever before, according to new figures.

post 24 July 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog To end Aids, we must help the vulnerable, not arrest them

There is talk at Melbourne¿s International Aids Conference of ending Aids by 2030. But this requires the political will to help drug users and sex workers, rather than criminalising them.

article 24 July 2014 World, Philippines
Left to right: soldier in Iraq, doctor in Guinea, father in Syria, children in Philippines, security forces in Libya
Tragedy and violence - not just MH17 and Gaza

As the world watches violence in Gaza and the MH17 tragedy over the past fortnight, violence and tragedy has continued in other parts of the world - even if the media spotlight has not been there.

article 24 July 2014 World, Venezuela
Tower of David
Venezuela moves squatters from Tower of David 'tallest' slum

Venezuelan soldiers and officials begin moving hundreds of families out of a half-built 45-storey skyscraper that dominates the Caracus skyline and is thought to be the tallest slum in the world.

article 24 July 2014 World, Iraq
Isis fighter in Mosul (picture: Reuters)
Has Islamic State ordered FGM for all women and girls?

Islamic State, which controls of a third of Iraq, orders all girls and women in and around Mosul to undergo female genital mutilation, the UN says - but there are claims the edict is a hoax.

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Watch again: Last night’s interview between and Israel Foreign Min’s Yigal Palmor


Maccabi Haifa captain Yossi Benayoun brands Joey Barton “stupid” and “embarrassing” in response to tweets he made about the Middle East crisis.


The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular pleads guilty to killing her son.

Rosdeep Adekoya, 34, was charged with murdering the toddler but admitted a reduced charge of culpable homicide at the high court.

A major search was launched after the boy was reported missing from his Edinburgh home in January. His body was later found around 25 miles away in woodland at Kirkcaldy, Fife.