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EXCLUSIVE The New ‘Al-Qaeda’ – a Right Wing Insurgency

, 25 April 2019
C J Werleman documents the global threat of Far-right terrorism and argues that Trump might seek to benefit from it.
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Reportage Extremism United States of America US Politics

BREAKING Tommy Robinson is set to Run for European Parliament – What Next?

, 24 April 2019
Louise Raw counters some of the myths around the former EDL founder and argues there is only one antidote if Robinson announces his candidacy
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Argument European Union Extremism Foreign Affairs UK Politics

Fox Breaks Cover – from Revolutionary Communist to Farage’s Right Hand Woman

, 24 April 2019
Otto English on the weird moral maze of would-be Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox and her Spiked Network.
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Argument Brexit European Union Extremism UK Politics

UPDATE The Colombo Conundrum: Britain, Sri Lanka and the lingering ISIS Threat

, 23 April 2019
As ISIS claims responsibility for the Sri Lanka bombings, Byline Times looks at the broader threat posed by radicalised supporters returning from conflict zones - and how Britain's response relies on local public bodies.
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Argument Radical Thinking Extremism Iraq

EXCLUSIVE Remainers with a Vengeance: how EU Elections could provide the Far-right with More Power

, 23 April 2019
Arnold Le Goeuil argues that the looming European elections provide an opportunity for Far-right populists to take over the EU rather than leave it.
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Argument Brexit European Union

MUELLER REPORT – Attorney General Bill Barr’s Timeline of a Cover-Up

, 18 April 2019
As the world awaits publication of the Mueller Report, Attorney General Bill Barr is readying himself for the final act of a slow-motion cover-up.
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Reportage Mueller Mueller Report Trump United States of America US Politics

Maltese Citizenship for Sale – The Gold Rush Continues

, 17 April 2019
It has been 18 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated and Malta is still no closer to an independent public inquiry, and the trade in passports she complained of continues to boom.
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Reportage Justice for Daphne Malta

How Farage’s Campaign Colluded with Putin to Weaponise Hate and Islamophobia

, 17 April 2019
Following Channel 4's revelations that Nigel Farage's Leave EU campaign faked inflammatory photos of sexual attacks and staged videos about migrants, Byline Times has evidence of more racist propaganda sourced from the Kremlin.
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Fact Democracy in Danger Brexit Extremism Foreign Affairs Russia UK Politics

Rebel Cities: Kurdish Hunger Strikes Report

, 16 April 2019
As part of our Activist Hub, Ross Morris reports on how hundreds joined Kurdish Hunger-Strikers to protest against the Turkish State in Central London
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Reportage Rebel Cities Activist Hub Activism Foreign Affairs

EXCLUSIVE TV Comedian leads Polls in Ukraine Presidential Elections – but is Zelensky really offering a fresh start?

, 16 April 2019
Marketing himself as a newcomer to politics, TV Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is currently in the lead in the run-up to Ukraine’s presidential elections. But maybe he's not as disconnected to the wheels of power as he appears.
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Reportage Foreign Affairs Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE The Forgotten Killing Fields of Iraq

, 15 April 2019
Cluster bombs, mines, ISIS IEDs: CJ Werleman reports on the ongoing casualties of 40 years of lethal ordnance littering the fields of Iraq.
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Reportage Foreign Affairs Iraq

The Upside Down: Is Alexander Dugin Putin’s Brain?

, 15 April 2019
John Mitchinson on the ideologue who revived 'Eurasianism'. Is Dugin really the Rasputin behind a more aggressive Kremlin? Or is he another post-truth prank?
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Culture The Upside Down Foreign Affairs Interference, collusion and alternative war Russia

One Hundred Years On: Government Concerned about ‘Financial Implications’ of Apologising for the Amritsar Massacre

, 13 April 2019
100 years after the horrific expression of British brutality in India, the Government still appears unwilling to formally apologise for the killings in Jallianwala Bagh.
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Fact Foreign Affairs History Society and Welfare UK Politics

BREAKING UPDATED: Julian Assange appears in Court – what happens next?

, 11 April 2019
Following confirmation that Julian Assange has been arrested - twice - today, Byline Times provides the background to his legal battles and asks which allegations will be prioritised.
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Fact Crime and Justice Media UK Politics United States of America US Politics Wikileaks

EXCLUSIVE Killed because She Mattered – the Murder of an Investigative Journalist

, 10 April 2019
Nicola Driscoll-Davies returns from Malta with more chilling details on the financial and legal threats Daphne Caruana Galizia was dealing with in the weeks before her assassination
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Reportage Justice for Daphne Malta

EXCLUSIVE Putin’s Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: the leaks Assange wouldn’t Touch

, 5 April 2019
A hacked trove of documents shows Russia’s interior ministry struggling to cope with a refugee crisis caused by President Putin’s Ukrainian adventure
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Reportage Russia Ukraine

The Kashmir Conundrum: the Background

, 3 April 2019
Why was Kashmir in the headlines again recently? What are the causes of the problem? What can be done to resolve it?
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Reportage Foreign Affairs

‘Ramblin’ Donald: Why 7,000 Republicans Could Never be Wrong

, 2 April 2019
John Cleese wonders why Trump supporters are not terrified by his ramblings. And then the awful truth dawns...
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Culture The View from St Kitts United States of America US Politics

Blood Money: the Leaks Assange Tried to Stop

, 1 April 2019
When hackers targeted Andrea Manafort’s mobile phone they uncovered messages that appear to implicate Paul Manafort in politically motivated killings - so why didn't Wikileaks publish them?
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Reportage Foreign Affairs

Attorney General Barr’s new Letter lays out his latest Coverup Scheme

, 31 March 2019
Attorney General Barr appears to be living up to his nickname of the “Coverup General,” this time by burying the substance of the Mueller report and selectively editing the information that will see the light of day.
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