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The Bureau has been given access to the first ever dataset collected on tailored messaging being targeted at specific audiences by British political parties on social media.
Working with a journalist who visited the targeted Yemeni village after the raid and gathered survivors' testimony, we have collected the names and ages of 25 civilians reportedly killed.
Binary options trading is sold as an investment opportunity but in reality it’s a very risky gamble or a straight-up scam. Police say it’s become the biggest fraud in the UK.
The Bureau co-publishes its stories with major media outlets around the world so they reach as many people as possible.Find out how to use our work
Tracking US drone strikes and other covert actions in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and SomaliaView Project
Investigating the growing threat of antibiotic resistance, one of the biggest public health threats facing the worldView Project
An innovative project working with local journalists across the UK to dig into datasets and tell stories that matter at a community level.View Project
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