What was Andy Murray’s route to glory at “weird Wimbledon”, a competition which saw surprise early exits from some of the household names of tennis?
Russia will win the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 on Saturday – that is if statistical analysis from Channel 4 News is correct.
Independent record stores closed at a “significantly higher rate” than other stores, new figures show – but can this decline be reversed?
In the week of the bicentenary of explorer David Livingstone’s birth, Channel 4 News asks three modern day adventurers why others should follow in their footsteps, and what they might find.
Champagne has been replaced by white rum in a “shopping basket” used to determine inflation – so how much does this basket tell us about how austerity is hitting UK consumers?
Drone attacks are causing serious psychological harm to children in Yemen, an expert reports, and may also be pushing young men into the arms of al-Qaeda.
As Italians head to the polls to decide if the gaffe-prone, wise-cracking Silvio Berlusconi should get another term as prime minister, Channel 4 News asks if charisma will be key?
The rape and murder of three young sisters in India again highlights official incompetence in the face of sexual violence against women. Enraged locals take to the streets to demand police action.
A group of activists plead guilty to aggravated trespass for a protest at an EDF power plant, but now face a civil claim of up to £5m in damages – something they say is an attack on peaceful protests.
North Korea says it will “never bow” to UN pressure to disarm following its nuclear test on Tuesday, the third in the country’s history.
North Korea’s nuclear test could be easily dismissed as posturing by the far east’s petulant black sheep, but experts say it also shows where the country sees its weapons future.
With Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, eyes will now turn to who his successor might be – but who are the runners and riders?
Mali is the country that falls the furthest in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index as a result of the conflict which still divides the nation.
On 25 January 2011 Tahrir Square became the focal point for a public outpouring of anger against the rule of Hosni Mubarak. As violence breaks out in Egypt again, Channel 4 News asks what has changed?
David Cameron tells MPs that fewer than 30 Britons were initially thought to have been kidnapped in Algeria, but this number has now been “quite significantly reduced”.