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Emwazi family 'proves innocence' over Jihadi John claims
The Emwazi family lawyer tells Channel 4 News that his client has absolutely nothing to hide after being accused of “collaborating” with his son Mohammed.
Alan Henning family: ‘I always thought he’d be coming home’
Alan Henning’s brother-in-law says the family’s hopes had been raised and then shattered by Islamic State militants, as David Cameron says he will “hunt down” the British aid worker’s killers.
Pregnant Pakistani woman stoned to death by her family
A pregnant woman is stoned to death by her own family in the street outside Lahore’s high court for choosing her own husband. Watch exclusive video of the aftermath, obtained by Channel 4 News.
‘You killed Reeva Steenkamp’: Pistorius grilled in court
The chief prosecutor pulls no punches, forcing Oscar Pistorius to take responsibility for killing Reeva Steenkamp and to look at photos of her bloodied head, as the feisty cross-examination begins.
Hacking trial: ‘members of royal family sources for stories’
Former News of the World reporter Clive Goodman tells the hacking trial that some of his sources were members of the royal family.
Bedroom tax ‘unlawful’ appeal rejected by court
The court of appeal upholds the legality of government cutbacks in the benefits system, as judges reject accusations that the so-called “bedroom tax” unlawfully discriminates against the disabled.
Appeal court backs whole-life terms for ‘heinous’ crimes
The court of appeal announces whole-life prison sentences are legal and compatible with human rights – a decision that is likely to affect the sentences of Lee Rigby’s killers.
‘Cristina me debes pasta’: Spain’s princess appears in court
Spain’s Princess Cristina testifies in a historic judicial hearing aimed at helping determine whether she and her husband illegally used company funds for personal expenses.
‘I should have been revising but my family was homeless’
Lucy Broomfield, who turned 14 the week Northern Rock collapsed, writes for Channel 4 News about growing up in austerity-hit Britain.
Woman in court tomorrow over Mikaeel’s death
A 33-year-old woman will appear in court in Edinburgh tomorrow after being arrested and charged in connection with the death of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular.
Right to die battle taken to the supreme court
The widow of a man with locked-in syndrome and a paralysed former builder are fighting for the right to die in the supreme court.
Supreme court rules in favour of Scientology wedding
The supreme court grants a couple the right to marry in a Church of Scientology chapel after officials refused to accept it as a place for “religious worship”.
Lee Rigby accused tells court ‘I love al-Qaeda’
Michael Adebolajo, one of the men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby tells a court he will “never regret” his actions and that al-Qaeda are his “brothers”.
‘What did we do to you?’: family takes drone fight to the US
Rafiq Rehman’s family in northern Pakistan was devastated by the effects of US drone strikes. Now he is in the American capital to speak out for the victims of such attacks.
Victim’s 36-day court ordeal as abuser sentenced
The 36-day ordeal of a victim of sexual abuse raises fresh questions over the treatment of vulnerable victims as her abuser is jailed for 13 years.