Murder, torture and rape – a UN report catalogues the “unimaginable” horrors being heaped upon the people of Syria by the government, rebel groups and the Islamic State.
Islamic State Twitter accounts report a major victory in Syria, bringing the jihadist group closer to the Turkish border – and an ancient town associated with the countdown to Armageddon.
Holding up severed heads, carrying guns and declaring that non-believers will be “butchered” – Channel 4 News examines what life is like for children in the Islamic State.
Mud is a consistent theme of Glastonbury – and looks likely again with rain forecast this weekend. But that has not dampened attendance, as shown here with the assistance of the ‘Hippopotamus Song’.
The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (Isis) is not just battling its way into the cities of Iraq it is also fighting for global support and action via a major social media campaign.
An alien world covered in cities and giant structures that reach into the heavens – science fiction, or is science on the verge of discovering extra-terrestrial life?
The rape and murder of two girls in India show how official words have not translated into action to address issues of sexual violence and poverty, Human Rights Watch tells Channel 4 News.
It is a dark day in the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and one expert tells Channel 4 News that a search that it was hoped would take weeks is now likely to take years.
A YouGov poll for Channel 4 News finds four-in-five Ukip voters believe the UK was a better place to raise children 20-30 years ago. But is this true? And what do you think?
David Tennant’s “rogue” American accent in new television series Gracepoint is slated by critics – but does it make it into the pantheon of all-time great, terrible accents?
Rebels begin withdrawing from the city of Homs – a central battleground in the Syrian civil war, once known as the “capital of the revolution” – in a major symbolic victory for Bashar al-Assad.
Channel 4 News reveals Ukip has been soliciting donations from a businessman from whom the party publicly distanced itself last year due to his “unpalatable” opinions on women and homosexuality.
As David Moyes licks his wounds, a victim of his predecessor’s success, Channel 4 News would like him to take heart – there are many who have been forced to live in the shadow of “giants”.
There are few MPs who can claim to have benefited from the expenses scandal but the new Culture Secretary Sajid Javid is perhaps one of them.
From pensions to pints – answer the questions in the Channel 4 News quiz to find out how you have won, or lost out, in George Osborne’s latest budget.