Costs, travel logistics, unfinished stadia, and the prospect of civil unrest have cast a pall over the 2014 Brazil World Cup. But such concerns may be put aside when the draw begins later today for th
Chancellor Angela Merkel's centre-right coalition government has at last struck a "grand coalition" deal with the centre-left Social Democrats. But why the wait and what does it mean for us?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounces the agreement between six world powers and Iran to curb its nuclear weapons programme as a "bad deal" to which Israel will not be bound.
The foreign secretary and the US secretary of state head to Geneva amid growing optimism that a deal on Iran's nuclear programme is close to being struck.
Fifteen years ago the first module of the international space station was launched on board a Russian rocket. Channel 4 News explores how the ISS has opened the mysteries of space up to the world.
England play Germany at Wembley on Tuesday in one of the fiercest rivalries in football. But given the Germans' record of tournament success, should England not regard them as role models?
BT Sport wins a three-year deal to screen all Uefa Champions League games, paying £897m to take the rights from Sky and ITV.
Art works by Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse and Franz Marc, seized under Germany's Nazi regime more than 70 years ago, are discovered in Munich flat.
Maya Posch has fought for almost a decade to be recognised as intersex. She tells Channel 4 News why Germany's change of law is a seminal moment.
Ex-NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has written to Angela Merkel saying he is prepared to help the German government investigate the activities of the US spy agencies.