Fraudster James McCormick is jailed for 10 years for what an Old Bailey judge described as a "callous confidence trick" in selling fake bomb detectors to violence-torn countries.
Millionaire businessman James McCormick faces jail after being convicted of selling phoney bomb detectors to the military, police forces and government around the world.
The west is caught on the horns of a dilemma: do nothing and watch more Syrians die, or send weapons, knowing that they may end up in the hands of al-Qaeda.
Blindness, bereavement and post-traumatic stress disorder. Andy Davies meets three people whose lives have been forever changed by the decision to go to war in Iraq a decade ago.
US Marine Corps veteran Brandon Blackstone suffered severe injuries when his unit ran over a tank mine. But 10 years on from the invasion, he still believes George W Bush was right to go into Iraq.
With the start of Operation Shock and Awe unfolding in front of them, the Channel 4 News crew received an unwelcome visit to their room in Baghdad's Hotel Palestine.
It was the most divisive war of modern times. In our second special report a decade after the Iraq invasion, Channel 4 News asks leading figures what have we learned from it all?
If Washington was conspicuous by its eagerness to intervene in Iraq it is equally conspicuous by its reluctance to do so in Syria. The words bitten and shy come to mind.
More than 50 people are feared dead after a wave of car bombings in Shi'ite areas of Baghdad on the tenth anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq.
They were familiar figures of the Iraq war. A decade on from the start of the invasion, some have faded into obscurity while the legacy of others endures. Where are they now?