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?
Two brothers who were arrested in Calais trying to get back into Britain have been jailed after admitting to conspiring to attend a terror training camp in Syria.
It is rare to be allowed inside a children's home to talk to sexual abuse victims. They have been let down by adults they trust, so why should they trust anyone else? Cordelia Lynch reports.
Facebook faces criticism for failing to act over an online chat in which one of Lee Rigby's murderers discussed "killing a soldier" - but it is hardly the only route terrorists use to communicate.
Bearing in mind Facebook moderators sometimes have trouble telling the difference between breastfeeding and porn, I reckon they'd struggle to distinguish angry boasts from genuine threats to life.
With November about to draw to a close, the arrival of December marks the start of meteorological winter, with thoughts not only of Christmas in our minds, but also the prospect of snow.
Channel 4 News has scooped two prizes for its journalism at the Political Studies Association and Foreign Press Association awards.
The British jihadi Abu Rumaysah, who skipped bail while facing terror charges and allegedly fled to the Islamic State, has posted an image online posing with a baby and an automatic rifle.