article 02 November 2015 UK, Greece
Refugees and migrants travel two billion miles in 2015

Migrants and refugees travelling to Europe to apply for asylum in 2015 have collectively travelled two billion miles, Channel 4 News can reveal.

article 13 August 2015 UK, Ecuador
Julian Assange to remain in Ecuadorean embassy until 2020?

Time runs out for Swedish prosecutors to investigate some of the allegations against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. But he is not expected to leave the Ecuadorean embassy any time soon.

article 26 March 2015 World, Germany
Germanwings crash: pilot 'locked out of Airbus cockpit'

One of the pilots of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps killing all 150 people on board was locked out of the cockpit, according to a report.

article 25 March 2015 World, Germany
Dalkurd FF
Germanwings crash: team shocked after dodging fatal flight

A football team planning to travel on the Germanwings flight that crashed in the Alps hails a "miracle" after changing its travel plans at the last minute.

article 13 March 2015 UK, Sweden
Assange will face Swedish prosecutors inside embassy
Assange will face Swedish prosecutors inside embassy

Swedish prosecutors say they will question WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over sexual assault allegations inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

article 19 February 2015 World, Sweden
Swedish police officers leaving the apartment block (Reuters)
Swedish mother 'kept three children locked up for years'

Police in Sweden arrest a 59-year-old woman on suspicion of keeping her three daughters, now adults, locked up in an apartment for up to 10 years.

article 15 February 2015 World, France
Lars Vilks in 2010 (Getty)
Lars Vilks: the artist with the target painted on his back

Lars Vilks escaped unhurt from a shooting at a Copenhagen cafe yesterday. It is the latest in a string of alleged attempts on his life after he published sketches of the prophet Mohammed.

article 14 February 2015 World, Denmark
Bullet holes in window of Copenhagen cafe (Reuters)
One dead after Copenhagen cafe shooting

Danish police say one civilian died after dozens of bullets were sprayed at a Copenhagen cafe where an artist who published pictures of the prophet Mohammed was attending a meeting.

post 06 October 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog First British womb transplant 'by spring'

It was the first live birth from a womb transplant - baby Vincent had been born from a womb donated by a 61-year-old friend of the new mother. But when will such transplants come to Britain?