Millionaire businessman James McCormick faces jail after being convicted of selling phoney bomb detectors to the military, police forces and government around the world.
Birds Eye is withdrawing three beef ready meals from sale in the UK and Ireland after tests showed 2 per cent of horse DNA in a chilli con carne dish on sale in Belgium.
A gang of armed robbers posing as police pull off one of the biggest airport heists in history after grabbing diamonds worth £32m in Brussels.
A British oil executive is shot dead in front of his wife in what appears to have been an assassination-style killing in Brussels.
Stock markets plunged and the cost of borrowing in Spain and Italy went up as the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi disappointed markets with a non-committal press conference.
Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy are meeting to discuss ways to boost growth in eurozone states struggling to overcome the sovereign debt crisis and rising unemployment.
The body of a woman has been found at the warehouse of a convicted Belgian gun fanatic who killed five people, including himself, in a grenade attack on Christmas shoppers.
At least three people are dead and over 100 are injured after a man threw explosives and opened fire and near a crowded Christmas market in the Belgian city of Liege.
Eighty years after first appearing as a cartoon character Tintin finally becomes a Hollywood star. Channel 4 News speaks to leading Tintinologist Michael Farr.
Belgium has managed without a government for 461 days. Its economy is surviving and it has taken part in the Libya campaign. So do we really need a government? Channel 4 News investigates.