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.
Figures released to the Bureau provide firm evidence the US has intensified its fight against the Taliban despite officially ending combat operations against the group in 2014.
CIA drone strikes from 2004 to then the end of 2015 in Pakistan is mapped on a new infographic.
Armed drones became the symbol of US counter-terrorism policy under Obama (Picture: USAF) Targeted killings or assassinations beyond the battlefield remain a highly charged subject. Most controversial of all is the number of civilians killed in US covert and clandestine … Continued