Exposing the misuse of charitable aid funds in Ethiopia.
Investigating the 119 detainees named in US Senate Committee’s Torture Report.
Tracking US drone strikes and other covert actions in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia.
The Bureau does not track Coalition strikes in Iraq and Syria – this work is done by Airwars.
Tracking MEPs expenses.
A booming industry: Examining the rapid growth of the high cost credit industry and how it operates.
A new Bureau project is recording the identities of people reportedly killed by CIA drones in Pakistan.
Is justice being served? The impact of the cuts being made to the UK’s police forces and justice system.
The dark corners of the British legal system: the creeping reliance on secret evidence and closed courts.
Home Secretary Theresa May. Photo credit: Twocoms/Shutterstock.com The Home Office today hit out at a court ruling that has blocked Britain from deporting six terror suspects to Algeria, saying it was “extremely disappointed” and that it would “continue to seek to … Continued
The Special Immigration Appeals Commission sits at Field House in London Six men accused of having links to al Qaeda cannot be deported to Algeria because there is a “real risk” they would be tortured, UK judges ruled today in … Continued
The numbers and voice of unaccompanied children seeking asylum on Europe’s shores.