The death toll rises to 13 after a mass sterilisation in India, including a women who had just given birth. But health experts tell Channel 4 News the real shock is that it doesn’t happen more often.
Ten are dead in India and dozens in hospital after a mass sterilisation. But in a country where people are paid to be sterilised, deaths from this sort of surgery are nothing new.
Adrian Kelly has been sober for nearly two years after battling an alcohol addiction that nearly killed him. Memories are hazy, but his drinking diaries reveal the extent of his illness at its worst.
Public space botherers beware: from today, councils have new powers to crack down on anti-social behaviour – and police can enforce it with £100 fines. Here’s how it works.
They became the symbol of the yes campaign’s defeat, photographed in a deserted George Square the morning after the referendum. What happened next to Eva and Nina?
An experiment revealed Londoners signed away their eldest child in the terms and conditions of free wi-fi. But there’s more: here’s what unprotected wi-fi can expose on you – and what to do about it.
It is the question everyone wants to know, after he sailed through a marathon in under two hours, three minutes. Channel 4 News speaks to the author of Running with the Kenyans about his secret.
Now in its 30th year, the annual Turner Prize exhibition opens on Tuesday and features a wealth of multi-media material from four shortlisted artists. Here’s a sneak peek at what is on offer.
She was the public face of the Yes campaign and is now running for SNP leader – just as her party becomes the UK’s third biggest. Meet the woman who used to be known as “scary”.
Scots will soon be voting on whether to break away from the UK. But do we even know where Scotland ends and England begins? We asked people in London, the borders and Edinburgh to find out.
The first Briton to get Ebola is flown into London for treatment, as the death toll rises to 1,427 people. Channel 4 News speaks to the man who discovered Ebola and charts the spread of the disease.
We have had social media revolutions. Now it’s the turn of the so-called “post-TV” protest, with clashes in Ferguson being live-streamed by demonstrators – and racking up millions of views.
This year’s Worldcon is the biggest ever, with 10,000 sci-fi fans coming to London. But with shows like Game of Thrones getting cult status (and investment to match) geeks are coming in from the cold.
Not content with 10 million active users, Spotify has set its sights on being able to tell you what music you like. And the small matter of world domination, says the MD of Spotify Nordics.
An airline passenger is arrested at Manchester Airport after the pilot received information that a “device” may be on board – but why did the RAF scramble fighter jets to escort the plane?