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.'
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh called on Palestinians to step up their fight against Israel following a wave of attacks and reprisal attacks in the past 10 days.
A Government appointed commission will consider charging the public to submit Freedom Of Information requests, as part of an inquiry into possible changes to legislation.
A British nurse who contracted the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone is re-admitted to hospital in London due to an "unusual late complication".
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt attempts to diffuse the junior doctors' contracts row, insisting it is not about saving money or imposing longer hours.
Nato says it is ready to "defend" allies after Russian jets violated Turkish airspace whilst conducting air strikes in Syria.
The outgoing Fifa president and head of Uefa are provisionally banned from football-related activity for 90 days, along with Fifa secretary-general Jerome Valcke.
The investigative chamber of the independent Fifa ethics committee has reportedly recommended president Sepp Blatter be suspended for 90 days.
Long marchers from the 2005 Cameron leadership bid will hope it's a return to his original programme of work, but he now faces divisive and headline-hogging battles.
Russia says it has launched rocket strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria from its warships 930 miles away in the Caspian Sea.
David Cameron promises a "national crusade" to boost house building, with the aim of helping more people buy their own homes. Why has housing become a crisis?
Shocking mental trauma, sexual abuse and kidnapping are just some of the horrors inflicted on the Yazidi population of Iraq by ISIS militants. A British charity today launches an appeal to help them.
The Prime Minister indicated that he would try and personally intervene with Saudi Arabian authorities in the case of Ali Mohammed al-Nimr who has been sentenced to death.
"If you have a young man of army age in your bus or someone they think is a spy, there's nothing you can do. They take them off the bus, beat them and send them back to Raqqa."