video 23 April 2014 UK, Ukraine

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Tony Blair issues warning on radical Islam - video

Former prime minister Tony Blair warns that the greatest threat to world security is Islamist extremism. He says: "The Middle East is in turmoil. The threat of this radical Islam is not abating."

article 11 March 2014 UK, Iran
Iran, not Libya, behind Lockerbie, claims defector

The Lockerbie bombing was ordered by Iranian officials in retaliation for the US shooting down one of its civilian aircraft, a high level defector claims.

article 06 March 2014 World, Libya
Gaddafi's son Saadi extradited to Libya

Niger extradites Muammar Gaddafi's son Saadi to Tripoli, where the Libyan government say he is now in custody.

article 03 January 2014 UK, Libya
Foreign and Commonwealth Office (picture: Getty)
British man shot dead in Libya

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office confirms that a Briton has been found dead from gunshot wounds in Libya.

article 21 December 2013 UK, Scotland
Lockerbie disaster 25 years on: tributes paid to victims

The victims of the Lockerbie plane bombing are being remembered on the 25th anniversary of the atrocity.

article 20 December 2013 UK, Palestine
Secret CIA testimony identifies real Lockerbie mastermind

New documents reveal that both high-level Syrian officials and the CIA independently stated that a Syrian-based Palestinian group, not Libya, was responsible for the Lockerbie bombing.

post 18 November 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Dreaming of Europe, Africa's migrants risk disease, rape and death

Migrants are risking unimaginable horror to escape the poverty of sub-Saharan Africa, travelling through Libya in search of Europe's promised land.

post 11 November 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Why Libya's revolutionaries are the greatest threat to its revolution

Old scores are being settled in Libya as militias fight to assert their power in towns and cities across the country.

article 04 November 2013 World, Bahrain
by What happened to the Arab Spring?

As Egyptians get deja vu at the trial of another deposed president, a Channel 4 News interactive graphic looks at what has happened more than two and a half years on from the Arab Spring.

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