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Polar bear cub takes his first steps
A two-month-old polar bear has taken his first steps at Toronto Zoo in Canada. He is the only one of a litter of three to survive.
First look at new Hunger Games trailer
A minute long teaser trailer has landed for the third installment of the Hunger Games films, Mockingjay - Part 1.
Labour's ties with unions 'bad for Britain'
Conservative Justice Secretary Chris Graying has launched an attack on Labour's links with trade unions claiming it is 'bad for Britain'.
Isreali video of soldiers in Gaza searching for tunnels
Israel has released footage reportedly showing Israeli soldiers in Gaza searching for weapons and tunnel entrances in the area of Shajaia. .
Hugh Masekela: trumpeter, composer and political activist
Channel 4 News spoke to South African artist Hugh Masekela and found that, at 75, in both person and performance he continues to cast his spell on a musical journey, which came of age during the long struggle to end apartheid.
Israel attacks UN school in Gaza
Israel had told them to leave their homes because they could be targeted. They'd gone to the local UN school to seek refuge - only for that, too, to be shelled, killing at least 15 people and injuring many more. .
Israelis show support for war in Gaza
Three Israeli soldiers were killed and 27 have been injured today, but the public mood in Israel remains overwhelmingly behind the assault on Hamas.
It's not fair to ask the Palestinians to give up their necks
Hamas' foreign affairs spokesman Osama Hamdan says his fighters will not stop their rocket attacks on Israel in order to prevent further civilian deaths in Gaza.
Britain on guard against ebola
Britain's doctors and border staff are on alert for people who might bring the deadly ebola virus. The Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond chaired an emergency Cobra meeting and said the government is taking the threat seriously.
Litvinenko public inquiry opens
High Court judge Sir Robert Owen formally opens the public inquiry into the 2006 death from radiation poisoning of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.