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Family of Murdered Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia are demanding a public inquiry

International Police Investigation urgently needed to examine the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
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The colour of Russian money part 11: pulling a fast one...

By Stephen Komarnyckyj . 30 Aug
Mystery surrounds the funds allegedly looted from Latvia's Parex bank which collapsed in 2008... however key Parex figures are linked to fast loan providers which were created while the bank collapsed. Latvia's oligarchic past gives us a gl
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The colour of Russian money part 10: fathers and sons

By Stephen Komarnyckyj . 30 Aug
Parex bank may have collapsed but an oligarchic clan linked to its former owners and employees may control much of Latvia's banking and political system...
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A Mind War: A Red Wasp and a Spider

By Zarina Zabrisky . 7 Aug
Russia carries out a non-traditional war against the West. The West replies with oblivion, denial and confusion. The US and EU need to acknowledge that it is a hybrid war, not "meddling," learn the Kremlin mentality and methodology and deve
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Israelis arrested as part of Government team blueprint to quash free speech

By Marianne Azizi . 21 Jul
As attacks by the authorities gain momentum, this is the response to the head of the Ministry of Justice team - Dina Dominitz - on the strategies to prevent free speech of those 'upset' by their lives destroyed with judicial corruption.
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Israeli father wins unprecedented case against radical feminist court

By Marianne Azizi . 30 May
It is a sign of our times that a fathers victory in court to see his children is newsworthy. In Israel, it is.
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Stopping the SNOOPERS CHARTER might be in sight

By Hina Pandya . 14 May
The Investigatory powers bill or Snoopers charter was passed into UK law in July 2016. The Court of Justice in the European Union however has ruled that these parts are unlawful, last month the High Court agreed, could this be the start o
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Artificial Intelligence: is impetus lacking in the UK for the digital infrastructure required?

By Hina Pandya . 26 Apr
Will robots take your job? Maybe. AI could be vital to the growth of the UK economy, but before any of us think about retraining. There is serious concern that the impetus to develop full fibre broadband required to develop AI is lacking i
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