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White House condemns South Sudan massacre

channel4.com — In a statement released in response to UN reports that fighters aligned with rebel leader Riek Machar killed civilians after taking over the oil hub of Bentiu last week, the US administration registered its condemnation. The statement read: "We are horrified by reports out of South Sudan that fighters aligned with rebel leader Riek Machar massacred hundreds of innocent civilians last week in Bentiu.
RT @millerC4: South Sudan. What a mess. A killing spree conjuring ghosts of Rwanda & acute food shortages. My report: @Channel4News http://…
RT @millerC4: South Sudan. What a mess. A killing spree conjuring ghosts of Rwanda & acute food shortages. My report: @Channel4News http://…
RT @millerC4: South Sudan. What a mess. A killing spree conjuring ghosts of Rwanda & acute food shortages. My report: @Channel4News http://…
South Sudan. What a mess. A killing spree conjuring ghosts of Rwanda & acute food shortages. My report: @Channel4News channel4.com/news/white-hou…

British jihadists: women urged to stop Brits going to Syria

channel4.com — Above: Abdul Waheed Majeed is believed to have driven a lorry to a jail in Aleppo before detonating a bomb A series of co-ordinated events will be held by police forces across the country on Thursday. As well as counter-terror officers, the workshops will be addressed by women's groups and charity workers.
RT @Channel4News: British jihadists: women urged to stop Brits joining Syria war - will the campaign work? @darshnasoni bit.ly/1f6e45Y #c4news

Boko Haram: Nigeria faces Islamist war of attrition

channel4.com — The militant Islamic group suspected of being behind the kidnapping of some 234 girls is called Boko Haram, which means "western education is sinful". Boko Haram are opposed to education for women and are fighting for the creation of an Islamic state in northern Nigeria - waging a war of attrition against security forces and increasingly targeting the local population.

Data privacy gets the West End treatment

blogs.channel4.com — Data privacy gets the West End treatment Ten years ago, if you'd said you were writing a play about privacy, people would probably have assumed you were looking at camera-wielding paparazzi or grubby red-top newspaper hacks. But a new play at London's Donmar Warehouse, titled simply Privacy, shows that the issue is now a widespread and pervasive concern.

FactCheck Q&A: are we really getting less violent?

blogs.channel4.com — A good news story for once, on the face of it: significant falls in violent crime, according to figures from hospitals across England and Wales. This could be linked to the fact that we appear to be drinking less alcohol. Or at least, that is the slant being put on the story by most media outlets today.

Have Manchester United become too big to fail?

channel4.com — Although few football watchers had expected Manchester United to suddenly break into the top four and win a much-coveted European Champions League place, defeat at the hands of Moyes' former club Everton at the weekend made this a mathematical impossibility.
RT @Channel4News: Terry Christian on Moyes sacking - tells #c4news "I always thought United were a bigger club than that" - http://t.co/BAz…

Fracking for oil in North Dakota’s boomtown

blogs.channel4.com — Fracking for oil in North Dakota's boomtown Not so long ago, Williston, North Dakota was the kind of town people left rather than arrived in. The local economy was shrinking and the wind blew all year round. There weren't enough jobs for the town's sons and daughters.