Thousands of people march in capitals across Europe calling for an end to austerity measures imposed by the European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.
An explosion in central Prague in the Czech Republic, thought to be caused by gas, injures as many as 40 people. It is feared others may be trapped.
Most of them were not born when Margaret Thatcher was in power but they describe her as a “hero” – Channel 4 News spends the day with young Conservatives paying tribute to the Iron Lady.
How does technology transform the lives of people with serious disabilities? Channel 4 News meets two patients at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability who have been given a “new lease of life”.
A British theatre producer who spent five nights in a Ugandan police cell before being deported tells Channel 4 News his treatment was a throwback to the days of dictator Idi Amin.
Nigeria’s gold-mining state of Zamfara is already in the throes of the world’s deadliest lead poisoning epidemic. And unless a clean-up starts quickly, the situation could get much worse.
A court in Kampala dismisses the case against British theatre producer David Cecil, who faced two years in a Uganda jail for putting on a play about homosexuality.
Relief, excitement, joy and hope – Channel 4 News talks to British-based Democrats at a US election party in London, as President Obama secures four more years in the Whitehouse.
People in some developing countries are paying nearly four times their weekly salary on food shopping, according to Save the Children.
Exclusive: David Cecil, who faces two years in a Ugandan prison for producing a play about homosexuality, tells Channel 4 News sending him to jail would be “quite crazy”.
London 2012 aims to inspire a generation but the mum of one 10-year-old wheelchair user tells Channel 4 News some sports clubs don’t want her son because of health and safety fears.
As racing driver Susie Wolff prepares to test drive a Formula 1 car, ex-World Champion Damon Hill tells Channel 4 News it is “inevitable” women will eventually compete with the men for the top title.
It was described as the “Everest of athletics”. Almost 60 years after Sir Roger Bannister broke the 4-minute mile he talks to Channel 4 News about sporting barriers, the Olympics and doping.
As London prepares for the Olympic Games lanes, Channel 4 News takes a taxi tour with one cabbie who reveals he has asked his bank for a mortgage break in anticipation of severe congestion.
The skipper of My Harmony – one of more than a thousand boats taking to the Thames for the Diamond Jubilee pageant – tells Channel 4 News he is nervous but “plans to have a ball”.