Cyber attacks against Ukraine carry worrying echoes of Russia’s 2008 invasion of Georgia. Is this the new way to wage war?
Ireland are in prime position to clinch the Six Nations rugby union tournament by beating France this weekend – but can a resurgent England snatch the title from their grasp?
This week Senator John McCain moved to shift control of US drones from the CIA to the defence department. Meanwhile, fears grow about the application of activity-based intelligence to drones.
If France can beat Wales this evening and Ireland defeat England at Twickenham on Saturday, it could set things up for a decider on the final weekend of this weekend’s Six Nations series.
Wales are on the hunt for a third consecutive Six Nations win – but are in for a rough ride as they face Ireland this weekend. Meanwhile, England visit Scotland and Italy take on France.
Wales are looking to clinch their third consecutive Six Nations title, but a raft of new players and some old hands are out to upset the party.
The AK-47 rifle, the brainchild of Mikhail Kalashnikov who died yesterday, was first used by Soviet Russia to suppress rebellious east European states, but soon became the freedom fighter’s creed.
US psychologists claim to have found the world’s hardest tongue twister – there’s only one way to find out…
Nearly 1,000 people are killed over two days in brutal reprisal attacks in the Central African Republic this month – double the UN estimate, according to Amnesty International.
“Pattern-of-life” analysis has emerged as a new buzz term in revelations about the National Security Agency. But what is it? And how does it connect shopping with spying?
England face Argentina on Saturday in the second of their autumn internationals, but will need to gel quickly to stand a chance against their next opponents: New Zealand.
The 92 migrants found dead in Niger were just a handful of people among thousands each year who brave dehydration and starvation to escape across the Sahara desert.
There are fears vulnerable people in rural communities may suffer if the local postie is pushed out by profit-making motives, while arguments continue over whether Royal Mail has been undervalued.
And would Postman Pat have approved? Channel 4 News looks at the wisdom of selling off Britain’s 500-year old delivery service.
Russia has been Syria’s main supplier of military hardware for the last 60 years – which means that if the US attacks Syria, it will face Russian missiles and fighter aircraft.