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A senior member of a suspected Russian mafia accused of laundering money through Spanish football has been found dead at his home while on bail.
A today's session of the UK parliamentary committee on Human Rights, Commander Adrian Usher made a surprise shot across the bows of the growing climate change protest movement.
Assange and the “radical transparency” organisation he founded wittingly waged a disinformation campaign to provide cover for themselves — and they used a dead man’s name to do it.
As hundreds of green protestors are arrested in London, NGOs sound the alarm over the UK’s empty promises
MEPs have backed "Daphne's Law" amid concerns over the treatment of citizens and journalists who expose corruption and malpractice in the public interest. But key exemptions remain in place.
Lindsay McKenzie reports from Washington on how NASA is being pressured by the President to work to his short-term political timescale
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.
UPDATE Kick Back: French prosecutors discuss Rui Pinto "Immunity" Deal in return for Whistle-blowing
As Portuguese authorities prepare their case against the alleged Football Leaks "hacker" Rui Pinto, France discusses cutting a deal to help identify financial threats to the sport.
One Hundred Years On: Government Concerned about 'Financial Implications' of Apologising for 1919 Amritsar Massacre
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.
Campaigners warn that any use of targets for more teenage spies would be “gambling with children’s lives" while insiders allege police are being told to "Get more kids, get them younger".
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.
Exclusive research by The Overtake reveals that party once led by Nigel Farage has the worst attendance record across the whole continent
Byline Times' regular wire-service rounding all the bad news fit to print about Britain's pending exit from the EU
As Whitehall publishes plans to tackle online abuse, Conservative and Labour big-hitters issue stark warning over UK elections