Hospital medical staff torture patients in Syrian city Homs

Exclusive Channel 4 News footage shows medical staff torturing patients in their beds at the military hospital in Homs.
441 sec.

New technologies for the Paralympians of the future

Engineering students at Imperial College London have been imagining and designing new technologies for the Paralympic athletes of the future.
372 sec.

UN responds to Syrian hospital torture claims

The UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees Navi Pillay responds to Channel 4 News footage showing medical staff torturing patients in Homs.
213 sec.

Government hints at U-turn over child benefit

Cathy discusses the child benefit row with Alison Garnham from the Child Poverty Action Group and Conservative MP Claire Perry. .
390 sec.

English teacher’s rap battles

English teacher Mark Grist is using his love of poetry in rap battles against teenagers.
306 sec.

Android apps share personal data

Many of the applications which users load onto their mobile phones are sharing personal data without their permission.
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Catholic cardinal attacks gay marriage plans

Cardinal Keith O’Brien, head of the Catholic church in Scotland, condemns the government’s proposals for gay marriage.
207 sec.

Frank Carson laid to rest

More than 1,000 people turn out for the Belfast funeral of comedian Frank Carson.
124 sec.

Questioning Putin’s past

Lindsey Hilsum discovers that more and more people are now interested in digging up Vladimir Putin’s past – to challenge him in the future.
246 sec.

Tornadoes wreak havoc across US Midwest

35 people have died in the states of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio after tornadoes left a trail of devastation across the Midwest.
206 sec.

Engelbert Humperdinck to sing for UK at Eurovision

Engelbert Humperdinck, whose last hit was more than 40 years ago, has been chosen represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision song contest.
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Couple found guilty of ‘witchcraft murder’

Eric Bikubi and Magalie Bamu are found guilty of murdering 15-year-old Kristy Bamu, Magalie’s brother, whom they accused of witchcraft, on Christmas Day 2010. .
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‘Global warming linked to livestock disease’

Scientists fear global warming is triggering insect-borne animal diseases in this country.
175 sec.

Jesus’ disciples found?

A Canadian film maker and amateur Archeologist has says he’s discovered a first century Christian burial site which he claims could hold the remains of Jesus’ disciples.
200 sec.

Monkees’ Davy Jones dies

The lead singer of the 1960s pop group the Monkees has died in hospital in Florida.
151 sec.

Running rings around the river… for London 2012 Olympics

Giant Olympic rings are floated down the Thames in central London as preparations continue for the 2012 Games.
51 sec.

Tracking down Afghan’s sold child

Three years ago, eight-year-old Kars-em was sold for £800 to a wealthy woman from Kabul who wanted a son. Alex Thomson has tracked him down. .
444 sec.

The Sun accused of paying thousands to ‘corrupt officials’

The police officer investigating allegations that public officials unlawfully accepted money from journalists tells the Leveson inquiry there was a culture of “illegal payments” at the Sun newspaper. .
482 sec.

Asda takes on unemployed youngsters for free

Asda has followed fellow supermarket Tesco in taking on unemployed youngsters for free.
242 sec.

Huge blaze at Britain’s biggest biomass power station

More than 100 firefighters are tackling a blaze at Tilbury power station, which started in a fuel storage area containing wood pellets.
48 sec.

Pinterest challenge

Want to share pictures and gossip online? Forget Facebook. Try Pinterest….The latest BIG thing on the web – if the lawyers don’t stop it first. .
289 sec.

How to hold an Oscar

Ever wondered how to hold an 8lb oscar? Mike Myers reveals the trick.
113 sec.

Mandela in hospital

Nelson Mandela returns to hospital. South Africa holds its breath. The 93 year old living icon is frail but in a satisfactory condition. .
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Briton Christopher Tappin is extradited to the US

Retired British businessman Christopher Tappin is being extradited to Texas with a US security escort to answer arms export charges. .
209 sec.

Emma Harrison quits as A4e boss

Emma Harrison who yesterday resigned as David Cameron’s “Family Champion” has stood down as boss of the welfare-to-work firm at the centre of fraud investigations. .
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