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article 03 April 2015 Hungary
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by Hungary's far-right Jobbik party prepare for power

As the popularity of Hungary's ruling Fidesz wanes, the country's far-right Jobbik party say they will clean up their image and prepare for power.

article 20 March 2015 World, France
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by Migrants beaten up by lorry drivers in Calais - video

Shocking footage obtained by Channel 4 News appears to show violence in the French port as migrants are beaten up by truck drivers in front of a patrolling security guard.

article 09 March 2015 UK
Harmondsworth immigration detention centre
by Harmondsworth detainees launch hunger strike

Detainees inside Britain's largest immigration removal centre say they have launched a hunger strike after a weekend of protests against conditions inside the complex.

article 26 November 2014 UK, Syria
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by London jihadi Abu Rumaysah poses with gun and newborn baby

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.

article 09 October 2014 World, Syria
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by Taksim to Kobani: Turkish anarchists defy Syrian border

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.

article 02 October 2014 UK
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'Civil war': the inside story of Nick Griffin's BNP demise

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.

article 08 September 2014 World, Iraq
Ocalan flags
by Kurdish spring: what are the PKK fighting for?

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.

article 22 August 2014 UK
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.
by Detainees paid pin money to paint, clean and serve food

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.

article 15 August 2014 UK, Iraq
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?
by The British Muslims who want to live under the Islamic State

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?