How India is struggling to cope with a sharp rise in drug resistant TB
India has the world's biggest TB problem and is also a hotbed of antibiotic resistance. This is a disastrous combination.
A loophole means US farmers can still use many antibiotics targeted by a ban on growth promotion
Tests on thousands of meat samples show that farm animals are still being dosed with powerful antibiotics classified as “critically important” to human health.
MEPs call for fresh action to tackle the rising tide of superbugs, but face criticism as the strategy omits pollution by Big Pharma
How antibiotic resistance and other factors are leading to women in Malawi losing their wombs
Our video investigation of the current crisis in Malawi healthcare due to global superbugs
Only 42% of countries have limited use of critically important antibiotics in agriculture, the UN report found.
Farmers in Mumbai will no longer be allowed to get antibiotics for their animals without a prescription, in light of Bureau investigation
Our investigation into lobbying in the pharmaceutical industry
As concern over the use of antibiotics in agriculture grows, one Indian poultry firm is questioned over its PR strategy
Lord Jim O'Neill, who chaired the government's review into superbugs, discusses how we can tackle the crisis
Lord Jim O’Neill wants International Monetary Fund to think about superbugs when carrying out in-country assessments
At least 36 patients suffered nearly untreatable infections in six years, show Public Health England figures
War in Yemen has produced thousands of casualties, but the real cost may not become apparent for years
Even having a housemate who had travelled to these areas increased the chance of carrying resistant gut bugs, the study found
Our response to allegations by Indian poultry representatives
The Bureau talks to Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England