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Stephen Komarnyckyj tracks the financial dealings of Aleksandr Torshin, the banker behind the Russian Agent Maria Butina, to the UK.
The United Nations has urged the international community to sever ties to companies linked to the Myanmar military, which has perpetrated genocide towards its Rohingya population.
Byline Times' regular cartoonist, who has worked with homeless people and experienced periods of homelessness himself, continues his picture essay on Manchester from street level.
EXCLUSIVE 'Profiting from Destruction': French-Based Insurance Giant Accused of Destroying Palestinian Livelihoods
AXA and its affiliates are heavily invested in occupied territory settlements and illegal Israeli Security Wall.
The public service broadcaster still refuses to explain how it agreed to stage Jon Sopel's interview at the under investigation 'WeBuildtheWall' fundraising event near El Paso.
Otto English's investigation into the parliamentary candidates selected so far by Nigel Farage's party – and those who paid the non-refundable £100 online application fee but haven't made the cut.
EXCLUSIVE 'We are Not in the Battlefield, We Are Not Fighters, Why they are Killing Us?' The Human Cost of the Quest for Peace in Afghanistan
Sayed Jalal, based in Kabul, explores how the Afghan civilian population is living through a conflict which impacts ordinary people the most.
'We Build the Wall' is having questions asked about how it spent $1.7 million of the funds it raised.
Robert Evans, who first analysed the role of 8chan in online radicalisation after the Christchurch attacks, looks at how far-right terrorism 'body counts' have been turned into an online game.