Channel 4 News uncovers a network of underground bloggers and activists operating across Europe, who are helping thousands of Syrian refugees desperate for asylum.
As the European Union prepares to unveil its agenda to tackle the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean, Channel 4 News learns that plans are being made to unify efforts between member states.
As 400 migrants – including children – are feared to have died after a boat capsized off Libya, Channel 4 News looks at the desperate journeys migrants are taking to reach Europe.
The UNHCR says that at least 500 migrants have died in the Mediterranean so far in 2015 – 30 times higher than in the same period last year. Channel 4 News asks if European policy is to blame.
Yarmouk in Syria is “beyond inhumane” – according to a United Nations Relief and Works Agency spokesperson – but how much do we know about the Palestinian refugee camp?
More than 300 people are feared dead after attempting to reach Italy from Libya on four separate rubber dinghies, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) say.
The Home Office is being urged to deny a visa to a US pick-up artist teaching men how to sexually assault women – but campaigners tell Channel 4 News that women are facing a bigger issue.
A skate park dating back to the 1970s peak becomes a protected heritage site in recognition of its cultural importance – but are skateboarders still being demonised?
Twelve months ago, Italy’s conscience was rocked by the sight of the bodies of hundreds of migrants shipwrecked at Lampedusa – one year later and the mood is very different.
Italy’s Northern League party announced it was sending delegates to Edinburgh for the referendum. Unfortunately, it confused Scotland’s capital with a couple of cities in Germany and France.
Oscar Pistorius is found guilty of the manslaughter of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and now faces up to 15 years in prison – but what fate lies ahead for the Blade Runner behind bars?
A new report says white working-class children are failing at sport because they are not being encouraged enough in schools – but does class really matter when competing on the field?
England are seeking revenge against Italy in Brazil on Saturday – but the game will have a very different meaning if the two nations meet again at the Homeless World Cup later this year.
Ukip gains at the polls and an eventual exit from the European Union – the prediction of one academic if voter apathy persists among young people in this country.
From making pigs happy to making bankers sad – ten reasons why, whatever you think about the European Union, you should be voting in the elections on Thursday.