article 24 July 2014 World, Philippines
Left to right: soldier in Iraq, doctor in Guinea, father in Syria, children in Philippines, security forces in Libya
Gaza, Israel, MH17. And now for the rest of today's news...

As the news channels focused on violence in Gaza and the tragedy of MH17, what else happened? Channel 4 News finds out.

article 08 July 2014 UK, Syria
Darshna Soni by Two Birmingham men plead guilty to Syria jihad

Two men plead guilty to travelling to Syria to join al-Qaeda militants, after they were turned in to police by their worried parents. Home Affairs Correspondent Darshna Soni reports.

article 07 July 2014 UK, Syria
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Twin sisters from Manchester feared to have 'fled to Syria'

There is growing concern for a pair of twin teenage girls from Greater Manchester reported to have travelled to Syria.

post 07 July 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what about the Britons who fight for Israel?

British Muslims who fight against the Assad regime in Syria risk being prosecuted as terrorists. What about Brits who volunteer to fight for Israel?

article 06 July 2014 World, United States
US bans uncharged mobiles and other devices on planes

The US Transportation Security Administration will not allow mobile phones or other electronic devices on US-bound planes at some overseas airports if the devices are not charged.

article 04 July 2014 UK, Iraq
Imams' plea to British Muslims: don't go to Syria or Iraq

Religious leaders call on British Muslims not to go to Syria or Iraq for jihad, amid rising fears of radicalisation in the conflicts which could spread across the globe.

video 03 July 2014 UK, Syria

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'Some radicalised UK nationals will target UK' - video

Ex-Prevent advisor Farooq Siddiqui says it's "noble" for young people to want to fight in Syria but former head of counter-terrorism at MI6, Richard Barrett, says they could be radicalised.

article 03 July 2014 Iraq
Sheik Mamoun bin Abd al-Hamid Hatem
Senior al-Qaeda leader calls for followers to support Isis

The leader of an al-Qaeda faction in Yemen has urged Muslims to back rival Islamist faction Isis - evidence of a deep split in the ranks of the extremists.

post 03 July 2014
Read more from Jonathan Rugman his blog Yemen's top bombmaker: the world's most dangerous man?

Ibrahim Hassan Al-Asiri can lay claim to being the most world's most dangerous man. And he has been linked to bomb fears which have seen the US step up airport security.

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