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G20 summit: can the UK stay relevant? 05 September 2016

Can Britain maintain the relevance Mrs May seeks outside the EU?

UK Obama urges UK to stay in European Union 22 April 2016 Channel 4 News

US President Barack Obama uses a trip to the UK to argue that the world benefits from Britain's membership of the EU.

FactCheck: Is the Islamic State group on the back foot in Syria and Iraq? 19 November 2015

The so-called Islamic State has shown itself capable of striking civilian targets in western Europe. But is the terror group on the back foot in its heartlands of Iraq and Syria?

World / United States Jacob Zuma 'slights' Barack Obama 30 September 2015 Jamal Osman

A photo showing South African President Jacob Zuma remaining on the phone while greeting Barack Obama causes a stir in the press.

World / Kenya Obama issues rallying cry for gender equality in Africa 26 July 2015 Channel 4 News

The US President says violence against women and genital mutilation have "no place in the 21st century".

World / United States Obama praises Africa's prospects during Kenya 'homecoming' 25 July 2015

US President Barack Obama says Africa is "on the move" as he makes the first presidential visit to Kenya, his father's homeland.

/ United States Obama's clarion call for justice reform 15 July 2015 Felicity Spector

"That's not a justice system. It's an injustice system". In a sweeping call for reform - President Obama says too many Black Americans are locked up in jail.

Why an Iran nuclear deal could have unintended consequences 13 July 2015

A deal on Iran's nuclear programme would be a historic event - but it could come at the expense of angering some of the US's staunchest allies.

After Greece, can the EU remain the world's most popular club? 30 June 2015

Greece may only represent a fraction of Europe's economy. But in everything else that can't be easily measured by the IMF or ECB, it represents to much more.

World / United States Obama: racism is more than not saying n***** in public 22 June 2015

Speaking in the wake of the Charleston shooting, President Obama uses the "n-word" to make the point that America has not been "cured" of racism and slavery "casts a long shadow".