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video 30 September 2014 World, China

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'Hong Kong wants equal rights', says protest leader - video

The teenage protest leader Joshua Wong, who was arrested on Friday during a police crackdown in Hong Kong, says that people of every generation in Hong Kong will 'stand in the street' for change.

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Read more from Jonathan Rugman his blog British strikes on Islamic State group begin: the view from Iraq

As RAF Tornados carry out their first strikes against Islamic State militants, I report on what this means on the ground from Dohuk, northern Iraq.

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'Come back': family's plea to radicalised Bristol girl

"Please come back... You are not in any trouble. We just want you to be safe," say the family of the 15-year-old girl from Bristol who is believed to be heading to join extremists in Syria.

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Read more on Matt's blog: Matt Frei Hong Kong's protesters are digging in for the long haul

This is Maidan at 35 degrees and 98 percent humidity. There is the same sense of quiet determination and organisation. They are digging in for the long haul.

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Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Hong Kong and the People's Republic of Censors

If you want to buy a yellow ribbon to tie round your ponytail, don't bother to look online in China. The phrase "yellow ribbon" has been censored. And it's not hard to work out why.

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Hong Kong protests day three - watch live

Hong Kong's leader CY Leung pleads with pro-democracy protesters to leave the city centre, as thousands continue to take to the streets. Watch live.

video 29 September 2014 UK, China

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'Even in Tiananmen, they waited to use tear gas' - video

The Chinese novelist Diane Wei Liang, who spent part of her childhood with her parents in a labour camp, and Hong Kong businessman Sir David Tang, founder of fashion brand Shanghai Tang, debate.

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Darshna Soni by Can returning jihadis be reintegrated into society?

While the UK imposes stringent measures on returning jihadis, some countries are more liberal. Channel 4 News obtains rare footage of a Danish programme that seeks to bring them back into the fold.