The most astonishing aspect of today’s deal on Iran’s nuclear capability is that neither side is negotiating the terms of its defeat.
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News you may have missed due to the coronavirus
For most of us the pandemic has overtaken everything and put any normal life on hold, but the world of geopolitics beyond the coronavirus keeps on turning – from conflicts to deforestation.
Channel 4 News sweeps TV journalism awards after Cambridge Analytica scoop
In a record night for Channel 4 News, the programme took home a total of seven gongs at the prestigious Royal Television Society awards. As well as multiple awards for the Cambridge Analytica investigation, the programme was also named Daily News Programme of the Year.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg fails to attend Commons fake news hearing
Our democratic institutions have been “upended by frat-boy billionaires from California” – the words of a Canadian politician who was hoping to question Mark Zuckerberg over data harvesting, privacy policies and fake news on Facebook.
Channel 4 News to launch news show on Facebook Watch
Channel 4 News announced today a partnership with Facebook to produce a new weekly news show, ‘Uncovered,’ exclusively for Facebook Watch.
FactCheck: has the media ignored good news about Jeremy Corbyn?
It seems from our archive searches that the media generally pays little attention to the Sean MacBride Peace Prize.
Channel 4 News Headlines, Sunday 20 August
His family had searched ..and hoped ..but today police confirmed that seven year old Julian Cadman was one of the 13 people killed when a van ploughed into crowds in Barcelona on Thursday. At a press conference, police also revealed that the terrorist cell had planned an even bigger atrocity. They’d amassed 120 gas canisters…
Channel 4 News filmmakers reveal six week ordeal in Sudanese detention
In December 2016, freelance journalist Phil Cox and Darfuri author Daoud Hari were abducted while travelling in Sudan to film an investigation into human rights abuses.
Channel 4 News, Sun 29 Jan
Sir Mo Farah leads international protests against Donald Trump, saying the Queen made him a knight, now the US president has made him an alien
Channel 4 News headlines, Saturday 28 Jan
Trump’s 13th executive order is his most controversial yet – ensuring that with a flourish of the presidential pen, refugees from around the world and anyone arriving from seven largely Muslim countries are officially persona non grata in the United States. It’s caused immediate consternation around the world, with reports of travellers with visas being…
Channel 4 News filmmaker among thousands trapped in rebel-held Aleppo
Channel 4 News filmmaker Wa’ad al Kateab, her doctor husband and 11-month-old baby girl are among up to 50,000 people still trapped inside the ever-shrinking enclave of rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
Sri Lanka: international judges ‘should examine war crimes’
A United Nations report finds evidence of abuses by both Sri Lankan government forces and Tamil Tiger rebels at the end of the country’s civil war, and calls for a special court to be set up there.
Rebekah Brooks returns as Murdoch newspaper chief
Rebekah Brooks is appointed chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s News UK, a year after being cleared of phone hacking charges.
British Vice News journalists charged with ‘terror offences’
Two British journalists are charged with “working on behalf of a terrorist organisation” in Turkey.
Inflation at zero per cent – and now for the bad news
Inflation is no more. The annual inflation rate is zero for the first time on record. So is the dawn of deflation a good or a bad thing?