How big business used private spies to surveil protest groups
US strikes in Somalia shot up in November, with American planes carrying out five times as many strikes as they did in the previous month.
How big companies employed private security firms which used all sorts of methods to monitor the public
As MPs head to parliament to debate the future of funding for women’s refuges, the Bureau reveals huge delays in promised funds and takes a closer look at the current crisis.
How to manipulate social media with fake grassroots activity
Concerns raised about the implementation of coercive control law
Questions for US on the air war remain unanswered, Bureau finds
Confusion and anger follow US airstrike in Afghanistan
Sources suggest that many civilians may have been killed
Surgeon under scrutiny from the medical regulator
Refuge workers around England are struggling to admit women in fear of domestic violence, our investigation finds
Survivors and support workers tell the Bureau of a refuge system at breaking point
The US dropped 751 weapons on Afghanistan in September, a seven-year high, but carried out fewer strikes.
The Home Office is accused of "racial profiling" by human rights lawyers as MPs call for review
This article was based on US Air Force data which it has since changed, making our findings no longer accurate.