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SAS publishes top secret World War II diary
Kept secret for 65 years, the SAS publishes a diary charting daring missions carried out during its earliest days in World War II, including an operation to capture German commander Erwin Rommel.
Japan ‘facing biggest crisis since World War II’
Japan’s Prime Minister says the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear incidents are “the biggest crisis for Japan since World War II.” Channel 4 News speaks to a woman who cannot reach her family.
Channel Island’s World War II forgotten heroes revealed
Documents outlining the bravery of Channel Islanders who resisted the Nazis in World War Two have been discovered after almost 50 years. Channel 4 News talks to relatives of those in the resistance.
75th anniversary of VJ Day – the day WWII ended with Japan’s surrender
Today marks 75 years since the Allied victory over Japan, bringing World War Two to an end
Al Murray on WWII-coronavirus parallels: ‘It was exactly the debate that’s going on now’
We speak to the historian James Holland – and the comedian Al Murray – who together present the weekly World War Two podcast We Have Ways of Making You Talk
FactCheck: new moves towards effective coronavirus treatment
In recent days, there has been promising news about a number of drugs that scientists hope could offer an effective treatment for the worst coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus cases pass 100,000 across world, UK cases rise by 48 to 163
Across the world the number of coronavirus cases has now topped one hundred thousand.
Polish government accused of ‘cultural purge’ in World War museum row
The Polish Government has found itself accused of a ‘Cultural Purge’ after the boss of the country’s World War II Museum was sacked.
Establish a ‘truth and reconciliation commission’ to heal Windrush wounds, Barbados High Commissioner warns
In a heartfelt and searing goodbye letter to Britain, the departing Barbados High Commissioner has told Channel 4 News that the UK should establish a “truth and reconciliation commission” to deal with the fall out from the Windrush scandal.
FactCheck: beware scary headlines about volcanoes
The Pacific region has seen two high-profile eruptions in recent weeks – but be wary of dramatic headlines about possible catastrophe.
WWII bomb forces closure of London City Airport
Thousands of passengers had their flights and trains cancelled today – after a 500kg world war two bomb was found in the river Thames. London City airport was forced to close and families living within an exclusion zone have been evacuated from their homes as experts from the Royal Navy and police try to remove…
Hungarian PM warns refugees are ‘brutal threat’ to Europe
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban calls the mass migration of thousands of refugees a “brutal threat” to Europe.
Wembley homes evacuated after WWII bomb found
A controlled explosion on a second world war bomb is carried out, after it was found near Wembley Stadium in north-west London.
Channel 4 News wins Amnesty International Media Award
Channel 4 News has won an Amnesty International Media Award for its investigation into the world of Bucharest’s homeless underground society.