The men who travelled to Syria with Islamic State hostage Alan Henning praise his commitment to the humanitarian cause in a video tribute they filmed on Christmas Day 2013, a day before his kidnap.
A dominant presence in British politics for half a century, the Reverend Ian Paisley has died aged 88. He was a party leader, an MP and an MEP, and went on to become NI's first minister in 2007.
Have we learned from 9/11? From my own experience reporting sporadically across the region for over three decades, my fear is that we have not.
The UK arm of Kurdish guerrilla army the PKK, proscribed by the Home Office as a terrorist organisation, has had a resurgence since its war with IS. Is it time to de-list and arm them?
Channel 4 News finds a British teenager in Syria making threats against David Cameron, praying for his head to "be put on a spike" for "waging war" on IS.
Police carry out a controlled explosion at Luton airport after a suspicious package triggered a security alert - disrupting travel plans for thousands.
The PKK could play a key role in the battle against Islamic State, but their roots as Marxist guerrillas leaves the west wary. Channel 4 News looks at how the group is pursuing a Kurdish Spring.
As the UK weighs up joining the US in airstrikes targeting Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, Iraq's government says that an airstrike has killed the right-hand man of the leader of IS.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby deplores the lack of a global strategy from world leaders for what he said could not be understood as a local problem.