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article 30 January 2015 UK
News
Ice warning on roads after 'thundersnow' storms pelt Britain

Ice poses the major threat today, although remnants of the snow storms could clip the south east of England, the Met Office says.

article 30 January 2015 World, Egypt
News
Islamic State's Egypt wing claims deadly Sinai attack

Three attacks by suspected Islamic State militants kill 27 people in Egypt's northern Sinai province, medical and security sources say.

post 29 January 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy Shell resumes Arctic drilling plans

The energy giant Royal Dutch Shell is reviving plans to drill in the Arctic, saying the world needs new sources of oil. Environmentalists say the risks are too high.

article 29 January 2015 The Netherlands
News
Gunman arrested after taking Dutch tv station off air: video

VIDEO: Dramatic footage of the moment police move in to detain a man who entered the offices of the Dutch national broadcaster, demanding to go on air.

article 29 January 2015 UK
Michael Spurr, head of prisons in England and Wales
100 prison staff disciplined or excluded in past year

Michael Spurr, the man in charge of prisons in England and Wales, tells Channel 4 News he is dealing with "a very different dynamic in prisons today" but insists prisons are "not out of control".

article 29 January 2015 World, Mauritius
News
Mexico hospital gas blast kills seven

Seven people, including three children, were killed when a gas truck exploded and destroyed a large part of a maternity hospital in the west of Mexico City, emergency services say.

article 29 January 2015 UK
Lock knife seen in a prison cell
Prisoners on Instagram reveal security crisis behind bars

Highlighting a lack of security, UK prisoners are brazenly uploading pictures of drugs, cash and even a dangerous weapon on their illegal social media accounts, a Channel 4 News investigation finds.

article 29 January 2015 UK, Syria
News
Ciaran Jenkins by Syrian refugee crisis: Britain isn't helping

As the civil war in Syria nears its fourth bloody year, the country's refugee crisis shows no signs of slowing. More than half of the country's pre-war population is estimated to have been displaced.

article 29 January 2015 UK
News
Victory in campaign to save St Davids only secondary school

They may live in Britain's smallest city - St Davids in Wales - but a council climbdown hands a sizeable victory to a campaign by local people against plans to axe its only secondary school.

article 29 January 2015 World, Jordan
News
'I fear this is the last chance': wife of IS hostage

The wife of the Japanese journalist being held hostage by the Islamic State group releases her first plea to the governments of Japan and Jordan as a deadline for his release approaches.

article 29 January 2015 UK
News
MoJ: sensitive files about police shootings go missing

Files relating to three judge-led inquiries, including the police shooting of Mark Duggan, have gone missing in the post, the Ministry of Justice says.

article 29 January 2015 World, Malaysia
News
Disappearance of MH370 'an accident': but what do we know?

After almost 11 months, Malaysia officially declares the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean was an accident, meaning compensation claims can now go ahead.

article 29 January 2015 UK
News
Swimming numbers sinking fast despite Olympic ambitions

Despite being the country's most popular sport, swimming in England has seen participation numbers plummet, with almost a quarter of a million fewer people heading for the pool in the last year.

article 29 January 2015 UK
News
League tables show poor performance - but does it matter?

Changes made to exams mean schools are tripped up as they try to achieve a decent league table position, headteachers warn, as the number of secondaries considered under-performing doubles in a year.

article 29 January 2015 UK
News
by London: 'a global haven for criminal financial activity'

London is a global haven for criminal financial activity - with billions of pounds laundered through British banks each day, according to the head of the UK's National Crime Agency.

article 29 January 2015 UK, Iraq
MPs debate delay in the Chilcot inquiry report into the Iraq war (Reuters)
Chilcot: 'a farce and an affront to democracy' - video

Plaid Cymru's Elfyn Llwyd says the ongoing wait for the Chilcot report is an "expensive farce and an affront to democracy" in a Westminster debate over the inquiry's delays.

post 29 January 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Tsipras: the reverse shock doctrine

Now the euphoria in Greece has subsided, it is being matched by astonishment in Berlin and the European Union institutions.

article 29 January 2015 World
News
Welcome to Dudinka in Siberia: the city covered in ice

If you're dreading the icy weather in the UK, then take a look at Dudinka, in Siberia, where a burst water main at minus 40 degrees left cars and streets encased in ice.

article 29 January 2015 World, Syria
Kurdish fighter and young boy on Kobani
Inside Kobani: happiness in a ruined city

From the city of Kobani, where a four month assault by Islamic State fighters has been repelled, Kurdish official Idriss Nassan describes a city crippled by violence, but optimistic about the future.

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