Despite some surprises during the hotly anticipated wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, tradition still prevailed. But how did it compare with Charles and Diana’s marriage 30 years earlier?
With the Royal Wedding just weeks away, George Michael has recorded a special cover song as a gift for William and Kate. Channel 4 News wants your ideas for which song would be the icing on the cake.
Someone Czech his pockets! Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus is embroiled in an embarrassing blunder as he his caught on camera pocketing a pen on a state visit to Chile.
New footage has emerged of Japanese residents trying desperately to outrun the incoming tsunami, as huge torrents of water crash through a coastal town carrying houses and people in its wake.
Witnesses speak to Channel 4 News about a country in shock as Japan assesses the damage of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake, which in turn triggered a 10 metre high tsunami.
Country by country Channel 4 News unpicks the key social media elements of revolt throughout the Middle East and assesses how internet communication helped awaken online youth activism.
Hundreds are killed in clashes in Libya as pressure mounts on leader Colonel Gaddafi amid reports he could make a speech “shortly”. Channel 4 News hears from an eyewitness to the violence.
Riot police storm a protest camp in central Bahrain killing five people and leaving hundreds wounded as unrest continues. A witness tells Channel 4 News the authorities wanted protesters to “pay”.
Hundreds of people clash with police and pro-government supports in the Libyan city of Benghazi in a rare show of unrest, while in Bahrain and Iran protesters gather to mourn “martyrs”.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters in Tahrir Square react in dismay as President Hosni Mubarak announces he will transfer power, but insists on staying in office until September.
As Egyptians are moved by a tearful testimony of a Google executive arrested by state police, his online colleague tells Channel 4 News how the internet campaign began and why he fears for his safety.
Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin tells Channel 4 News why she resigned from state-run Nile TV after being banned from covering the ongoing protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
Field hospitals have been set up in Cairo to treat the wounded from bloody clashes in Tahrir Square. Channel 4 News speaks to a volunteer prevented from delivering medical supplies by “armed thugs”.
As violence erupts on the streets of the Egyptian capital, Channel 4 News looks at the victims of the protests and speaks to “The Martyr” who helped mobilise thousands to take on the regime.
As Egypt’s army pledges not to use force against thousands of protesters defying the curfew, Channel 4 News correspondents report from throughout the country.