Downing Street insists the government vows to continue working closely with the French authorities after Labour demand compensation from France over the chaos at Calais.
Akhtar Mansoor calls for unity among the jihadi group in a new audio recording - but Mullah Omar's replacement is already causing bitter divisions in the Islamist militant group.
Relatives of al-Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden were among the four people who died when a private jet crashed near Blackbushe Airport.
The Kurdish YPG were hailed heroes in the fight against Islamic State. But one Brit who fought alongside them says that Turkey's crackdown on Kurdish separatists will put their entire mission at risk.
A Palestinian toddler has died in an arson attack by suspected Israeli extremist settlers in the occupied West Bank.
Six participants in Jerusalem's annual gay pride event are stabbed in what is thought to be an attack by an ultra-Othrodox Jewish assailant.
The migrant camp near Calais known as the Jungle is causing controversy. But it's not the first. Channel 4 News looks back at seventeen years of political impotence and refugee despair.
As police officer Ray Tensing is charged with murder, prosecutors release shocking body-cam footage of him shooting Samuel DuBose which apparently contradicts his account of what happened.
Thousands of migrants are reportedly trying to enter Britain through the Eurotunnel every single day - but what is true the scale of the problem and who's responsibility is it to fix it?