Proposed new regulations would remove requirement to inspect every chicken before it goes into the foodchain
Zoetis, a former subsidiary of the drugs giant Pfizer, has been accused of double standards for selling growth promoters in India while publicly supporting a ban in the US
The UN has found civilian casualties from strikes have risen by 39 per cent, with the US responsible for over half of these
After learning that no official body counted the number of homeless people who have died, we set out to record all such deaths over the course of one year
Murder and maiming, shootings, explosions, air strikes: Using unpublished data and on-the-ground reporting we have compiled a list of all the attacks during one day in Afghanistan's forgotten war.
The US has publishing detailed information about its airstrikes in Afghanistan following a blackout reported by the Bureau
Macedonia's name change referendum has become the latest frontline in a battle of influence, one that is plaguing an increasing number referendums and elections across the globe
US officials inspecting UK plants found major food safety breaches including meat contaminated with faecal matter entering production lines.
A town built to solve London’s lack of post-war housing now faces a youth homelessness crisis unlike any other in the country. What’s gone wrong in Milton Keynes?
The Bureau investigates the emerging crisis of drug resistant TB and its effects on children in India
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.
Mass surveillance by UK government agencies breaches human rights by failing to protect the confidentiality of journalistic material, rules the court
MEPs call for fresh action to tackle the rising tide of superbugs, but face criticism as the strategy omits pollution by Big Pharma
How the CIA is building an independent drone capability for Africa
How antibiotic resistance and other factors are leading to women in Malawi losing their wombs
Regulators found 135 cases where products labelled as pork, beef or lamb contained unspecified meats, often a composite of multiple species.