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post 01 January 2001
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Exit polls put Syriza on course for victory

The exit polls put the far-left party Syriza on track to win the Greek election. If the predictions hold this is an earthquake: for Greece, for the eurozone and for centrist politics.

post 01 January 2001
Channel 4 News Live Blogs Greek election results live blog: latest videos, tweets and more

Our Economics Editor Paul Mason is in Greece reporting on the outcome of the election results. Get the latest tweets and videos from him here.

article 25 January 2015 Politics
Farage feels the heat as Ukip face more party woes
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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 25 January 2015 World, Germany

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Thousands turn out for anti-Islam rally in Dresden - video

Thousands of protesters turn out in the German city of Dresden in support of the right-wing Pegida movement, demonstrating against what they describe as "the Islamisation of the West".

post 25 January 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Greek election results - live blog: latest videos, tweets and more

Our Economics Editor Paul Mason is in Greece reporting on the outcome of the election results. Get the latest tweets and videos from him here.

post 25 January 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Exit polls put Syriza on course for victory

The exit polls put the far-left party Syriza on track to win the Greek election. If the predictions hold this is an earthquake: for Greece, for the eurozone and for centrist politics.

article 25 January 2015 World, Nigeria
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Eight dead after Boko Haram attack Nigerian city

The Islamist militant group Boko Haram launch an assault on the Borno state capital Maiduguri which government forces say they have repelled.

video 25 January 2015 World, European Union

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Auschwitz survivor: 'we should live as one people' - video

Holocaust survivor Leslie Kleinman, 89, tells Channel 4 News that after 60 years of silence, he decided to speak out about time as a prisoner in the Aushwitz concentration camp.

post 25 January 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Greek election: with hours to go, change is in the air

The ballot stations are still brisk at lunchtime, but a lot of people have already voted. This is a working class community - and on a Sunday the over-70s, who make up 22 per cent of Greek voters, are

video 25 January 2015 Politics

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Bashir: racism claims against Ukip 'disturbed me' - video

Former Ukip MEP Amjad Bashir says racism allegations against the party "on a daily basis" began to concern him, after defecting to the Conservative Party today. He denies having "extremist" ties.

video 25 January 2015 World, Ukraine

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Dashcam video captures 'moment shell explodes in Mariupol'

The driver of a car has a lucky escape after filming yesterday's shelling in the south eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol. At least 30 people were killed and more than a hundred injured.

post 25 January 2015
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog New images of Pluto are about to reveal the true face of the dwarf planet

Nasa's New Horizons probe is to start photographing the icy, mysterious world of Pluto, to prepare itself for a historic encounter in July.

article 25 January 2015 World, Greece
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Austerity in Greece: a tragedy or triumph?

In a special report, Yanis Varoufakis, tipped to be Syriza's new finance minister, argued that Greeks were being unfairly penalised during the crisis. But how badly were Greeks affected?

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.

post 24 January 2015
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.

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov tells US Secretary of State John Kerry that Moscow was ready to do everything it can to encourage rival sides warring in east Ukraine to seek a peaceful solution to the conflict.

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Pro-Russian separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko says that his fighters were responsible for an attack today on the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.