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.”
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”.
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.
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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’.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.’
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.’
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.