Tehmoor Khan

  • 6 Dec 2011

    More than fifty people have died in Kabul in the worst sectarian violence since the war in Afghanistan began. An analyst tells Channel 4 News he believes it was “stirred by elements from Pakistan.”

  • 22 Nov 2011

    The UK apologises for serious failings after the death of Christopher Alder who died in police custody. Mr Alder’s sister tells Channel 4 News it ends “13 years of government lies and failure”.

  • 4 Nov 2011

    As more than 11 people are reportedly killed across Syria in defiance of the Arab League peace plan, a human rights group warns Channel 4 News of sectarian violence in Homs.

  • 3 Nov 2011

    A petition calling for a UK trial for a terror suspect who has been detained without charge for seven years reaches 100,000 signatures, meaning the case can be debated in parliament.

  • 3 Nov 2011

    As Syria promises to release political prisoners, Channel 4 News talks to film-maker Sean McAllister about his fears for two of the activists he met whilst undercover who have since “disappeared”.

  • 28 Oct 2011

    Channel 4 News talks to a surfer, a former diamond merchant, the hacker group Anonymous, and an actor about why they are protesting and what they hope to achieve.

  • 27 Oct 2011

    As the chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral resigns over the possibility of “violence in the name of the church”, Channel 4 News talks to the head of the legal team representing the protesters.

  • 26 Oct 2011

    As St Paul’s Cathedral announce it is “optimistic that it will reopen”, the MP for the City of London tells Channel 4 News he believes the initial decision to close it was ‘spurious’.

  • 25 Oct 2011

    The moderate Islamic Ennahda party has claimed victory saying it has won over 40 per cent of votes. Channel 4 News gauges reaction from the first democratic election of the Arab Spring.

  • 24 Oct 2011

    As Facebook faces an audit over its storage of information, Channel 4 News talks to the 24-year-old Austrian student who has gone head to head with the social networking giant.

  • 20 Oct 2011

    As celebrations erupt across Libya at Gaddafi’s death, Libyans in Britain tell Channel 4 News of their mixed emotions that the former dictator will not face a trial.

  • 7 Oct 2011

    As Defence Secretary Liam Fox orders an internal investigation over his relationship with self-styled adviser Adam Werritty, Channel 4 News looks at the questions surrounding the 14-year friendship.

  • 6 Oct 2011

    As army defectors battle in Jabal al-Zawiya, a rights group tells Channel 4 News of evidence that President Assad’s forces are stepping up a campaign of rape in affluent areas to ‘incite civil war.’

  • 3 Oct 2011

    As a French woman is kidnapped in a tourist resort near the Somali border, weeks after a similar incident nearby, the International Maritime Bureau say ‘governments need to step up.’

  • 19 Sep 2011

    As at least 21 people are killed in the Yemeni capital Sanaa in the worst violence since March. Channel 4 News learns from a freelance journalist of one baby girl shot in the head by a stray bullet.