The British jihadi Abu Rumaysah, who skipped bail while facing terror charges and allegedly fled to the Islamic State, has posted an image online posing with a baby and an automatic rifle.
Turkish anarchists, who made headlines around the world during the battle for Taksim Square, have decamped to the besieged Kurdish town of Kobani to support the fight against the Islamic State.
He led the far-Right BNP through electoral thick and thin for 15 years. Now, after his expulsion, Channel 4 News sheds light on the battle raging within the party that has done for Nick Griffin.
The PKK could play a key role in the battle against Islamic State, but their roots as Marxist guerrillas leaves the west wary. Channel 4 News looks at how the group is pursuing a Kurdish Spring.
Detainees at immigration detention centres across the UK are working for as little as £1 an hour, carrying out work that could potentially save private contractors millions of pounds each year.
Radical Muslims are demanding the security services allow them to leave Britain to live under Sharia law in parts of Syria and Iraq controlled by the Islamic State, so why can't they leave?
Twin crises are playing out either side of the Irish border: one of identity the other credibility. Brian Whelan looks at how Garth Brooks and the Orange Order could bring the island to a standstill.
In east London a small group of religious hardliners is intent on dividing society and creating conflict. We look inside the Britain First patrols that are directly provoking the Muslim community.
Ireland has been rocked this week as another horrific scandal linked to the Catholic church emerges in Galway, where a mass grave with the bodies of 800 children was uncovered.