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Nigeria kidnappings: more girls abducted
Groups of armed men kidnapped eight more girls – most of them teenagers – and attacked a further school in Nigeria, adding to more than 200 schoolgirls abducted three weeks ago.
Me and my minder, Scarface, in Libya
Jalal al-Treike thinks he’s my friend. He really does. Every day now he greets me with a “Hello Jonny,” a big grin and a hearty slap on the back. He looks out for me and is never far away. But Jalal al-Treike, who even the other government minders just call “Scarface” – thanks to a big scar running obliquely down his forehead – is, unfortunately, a malevolent and menacing presence and has unusual ways of showing his friendship.
Libya crisis: the unreal bubble of Tripoli
Jonathan Rugman encounters a bubble of unreality in Tripoli, Libya, where the revolution has and yet has not taken hold, and misinformation is the order of the day.
Libya crisis: Gaddafi under pressure
Pressure on Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi is intensifying, with leaders including David Cameron calling for him to go as fighting in Libya continues. Follow the latest via our #c4news live blog.
West ready to use force against Libya’s Gaddafi
Western leaders including David Cameron are considering implementing a no-fly zone over Libya – but the former commander of British forces in Bosnia, now an MP, tells Channel 4 News he has concerns.
Gaddafi denies airstrikes as UK leads Libya no-fly zone plan
As fighting near Tripoli intensifies and David Cameron calls on Gaddafi to “go now” Libya’s information minister tells Channel 4 News there is “no evidence of massacres and bodies in the streets”.
We were defending British values, say Syria Britons
Exclusive: two British men who have returned from the Syria conflict say they went to the Middle East on a humanitarian mission “against a brutal regime” – and insist they are not terrorists.
Libya rebels make gains towards Tripoli
Libyan rebels take control of an oil refinery in the town of Zawiyah just thirty miles west of the capital Tripoli, in a strategic and psychological blow to Colonel Gaddafi’s forces.
‘Chechnya’s bin Laden’ killed by Russian troops
Russian security forces have killed al-Qaeda’s envoy to Chechnya four days after Osama bin Laden was shot dead in Pakistan. Channel 4 News understands he had visited Pakistan in the past few months.