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Paris attacks one month on: Jewish families facing difficult choices 25 February 2015

Jews fear France is papering over the cracks - that the remarkable show of togetherness witnessed in Paris after the January terror attacks is fading away.

World / Iraq Now free: Yazidi women enslaved and raped by IS 06 February 2015 Jonathan Rugman

Enslaved, beaten, raped, and sold - a group of Yazidi women kept as sex slaves by Islamic State militants escape to tell Channel 4 News their story.

'We were asking them to kill us' - torment goes on for Yazidi women enslaved by IS 05 February 2015

Women from Iraq's Yazidi minority show remarkable bravery in talking to to Channel 4 News about their ordeal at the hands of the Islamic State group.

World / Germany Thousands turn out for anti-Islam rally in Dresden - video 25 January 2015 Jonathan Rugman

Thousands of protesters turn out in the German city of Dresden in support of the right-wing Pegida movement, demonstrating against what they describe as "the Islamisation of the West".

World / France Paris siege hero: police thought I was a terrorist - video 12 January 2015 Jonathan Rugman

Lassan Bathily, the shop assistant at the Paris kosher supermarket where gunman Amedy Coulibaly killed 4 hostages, tells Jonathan Rugman and Cleopatra Mukula Kryceve about the siege.

World / France Tearful factory boss: the moment I left colleague inside 10 January 2015 Channel 4 News

Michel Catalano, the owner of the printing factory besieged by the two Paris gunmen, tells Channel 4 News that he thought his life was going to end.

World / Afghanistan Britain to back Afghanistan 'every step of the way' - video 04 December 2014 Jonathan Rugman

"We'll be with you every step of the way", David Cameron's tells the Afghan president Ashraf Ghani in London today, as the two leaders attended a special conference on the future of Afghanistan.

Save The Children richer than ever thanks to the policies of Tony Blair 26 November 2014

As they protest the decision of their US colleagues to give a legacy award to Tony Blair, are the UK staff of Save The Children guilty of biting the hand that feeds them?

Ukraine one year on: prepare for a cold diplomatic winter 21 November 2014

It's overstating things to say Russia and the west have entered a new cold war. But one year after the Ukraine crisis began, the situation is still deeply depressing.

Why the government believes we need new jihadi terror laws 14 November 2014

It is a mark of how worried British security officials are that the coalition government is intent on pushing through new anti-terror laws.