With the eyes of the world on Ukraine, an escalated campaign of barrel bombings by the regime of Bashar al-Assad has led to the indiscriminate killing of men, women and children in Syria.
The shutdown at Mt. Gox has spread alarm across the bitcoin community, with speculation that problems at such a major exchange could spell the end for the digital currency but is this the case?
A Briton who has been protesting at Mt. Gox, fearing he may have lost bitcoins worth hundreds of thousands of dollars held at the exchange, tells Channel 4 News the industry needs more regulation.
Half of people polled in a Channel 4 News survey have said that Britons who travel to Syria to get involved in the country’s civil war should not be allowed to return.
Thousands dead, millions displaced, and daily atrocities – the Geneva II talks to find peace in Syria are aimed at finding a crucial solution, but the challenges seem insurmountable.
American Hustle, 12 Years a Slave and The Wolf of Wall Street lead the pack as the nominees for the 2014 Oscars are announced.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa has made much of the development of Sri Lanka’s north following the carnage of war – but has life really improved for the Tamil community living there?
Sri Lanka’s civil war is officially over, but people are still being “disappeared” – vanishing without a trace, often, allegedly, in the state’s unmarked white vans.
The white sand of Sri Lanka’s beaches is a lure for thousands of tourists every year – but dig a little deeper and there are many unanswered questions hanging over the country’s tourist industry.
Sri Lanka’s ruling family are mingling with the Commonwealth’s elite as they host this week’s summit in Colombo. Yet some of them have been accused of war crimes. So who are the Rajapaksas?
Ex-NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has written to Angela Merkel saying he is prepared to help the German government investigate the activities of the US spy agencies.
Global problems, from disaster relief to climate change, will be tackled from in front of computer screens worldwide this weekend, as a thousands of hackers take part in a coding marathon for charity.
The head of the RAF tells Channel 4 News that the world of Terminator 2 is coming in response to a question about unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly known as “drones”.
It has been hailed as a flagship government policy designed to shine the spotlight on poor care – Channel 4 News maps the hospitals which have come top and bottom of the “friends and family test”.
Meteorologists have predicted that the hot weather the UK is currently basking in will continue until the school holidays – but how does the UK heat wave compare with the rest of the world?