Vietnamese-born man accused of militant training loses Court of Appeal case.
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Journalism award recognises reporting that exposes ‘official drivel’.
Dataset: The Bureau’s research into the extent and cost of housing upheaval.
Theresa May continues to use powers of exile as total citizenship-stripping orders hits 23.
‘Landmark’ judgment calls for Pakistani government to act against US drone strikes.
600 marched on air base as MoD reveals drone flights are already piloted from UK.
Farea al-Muslimi drew applause with emotive testimony at a rare Washington hearing on drones.
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Comments come days after human rights groups wrote to Obama over drones.
Official Pakistan estimate closely matches Bureau’s drone data.
Drone data has been wiped from the Air Force website.
The Bureau’s infographic shows how 21 individuals have lost their British citizenship.
Obama’s counter-terrorism chief defended drone strikes in a 3-hour hearing.
Bureau reveals fresh details in case of Mahdi Hashi, facing al Shabaab charges in US.
Dataset: US resumes targeting of alleged militants within days of the year’s start.
Civilian deaths down in Pakistan as strikes soar in Yemen.
Mahdi Hashi secretly held in FBI custody in US for last five weeks, it emerges.
Judges ruled reviewing intelligence sharing for drones would ‘imperil relations’ with US.
Londoner Mahdi Hashi, 23, vanished after losing his British citizenship.
People in NW Pakistan suffer abuse from the army and the Taliban, says Amnesty report.