As protests continue over a film which mocks the prophet Mohammed, Channel 4 News asks why there have been few if any moderate voices speaking out against the demonstrations.
Police in Venezuela arrest Daniel Barrera, one of Colombia’s most wanted men, who is believed to be part of a gang responsible for smuggling 10 tonnes of cocaine each month to a Mexican drugs cartel.
In the final part of our special series into the private companies who run some of our public services, Channel 4 News looks at the connections between the firms and government.
In the second part of a special series into the outsourcing of public sector work to private firms, we profile the big names which win the contracts as well as some of the controversies.
Japan and China are in dispute over rights to a group of uninhabited islands in the East China sea. Channel 4 News examines what is behind the flare-up and why the islands are so important.
Desperate to cut costs, the NHS, police and councils are outsourcing more work to private firms. In the first of a special series, Channel 4 News asks if saving money means losing transparency?
Having tempted judo-mad Vladimir Putin to visit London by offering him Olympic tickets, what else might David Cameron want to discuss as part of what has been dubbed judo diplomacy?
Silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead voices her frustration at “overwhelming sexism” in sport that means women’s events have a lower profile and less investment than men’s.
As the government says it will crack down on accountants who promote “aggressive” tax avoidance schemes, Channel 4 News asks what is tax avoidance and are our laws to blame?
Channel 4 News profiles Bradley Wiggins, the man who looks set to become the first Englishman to win the legendary Tour de France cycle race.
Russia and China veto a UN resolution proposing sanctions on Syria as it emerges the UK has frozen £100m of Syrian assets. Are President Assad’s days in charge numbered?
Who knew what and when? Channel 4 News examines the timeline of the G4S Olympics security row.
We all hope to grow old one day. So why does the question of how we’ll pay for our social care fail to light the political touchpaper.
Controversial Fifa President Sepp Blatter casts doubt on the future of penalty shoot-outs to decide football matches, but what are the alternatives?
More than 20 bombs hit cities and towns across Iraq, killing at least 36 and wounding almost 150, but analysts tell Channel 4 News the situation is not deteriorating.