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The international community has called on the secretive state to close its gulags, but now it seems they are expanding them.
Police use rubber bullets, water cannon and tear gas on anti-government protesters in Thailand, as a previously peaceful protest turns ugly. Asia Correspondent John Sparks was there.
The death toll from the typhoon has topped 3,600 and the figure is expected to rise. C4 News met one grandmother who fears the worst as she hunts for her missing British family.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa tells Channel 4 News he is "not concerned" by allegations of war crimes - but Jonathan Miller says people in Sri Lanka could be at risk after speaking to the programme.
The aggressive tactics of the New South Wales fire department seemed to have contained the blazes in the Blue Mountains.
Lena Hendry is charged with violating Malaysia's laws after showing an award-winning Channel 4 documentary about Sri Lanka at a film night in Kuala Lumpur.
Defectors┐ tales of food shortages and fear expose the official story of life in North Korea - handed out to the few journalists allowed to enter the country - as a carefully constructed lie.