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Ng Shui Meng: “I’m sure the truth will come out.”

By Kirsten Han . 10 Feb
I talk to Ng Shui Meng about her husband Sombath's work and his disappearance in Laos over four years ago, about the changes in Singapore, the importance of multiple perspectives and the need to understand our history.
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No one likes us. We don't care. The battle for new bermondsey

Has the development community finally met its match in the fearsome lions of Millwall football club?
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"Fake news" or further curbs on free speech?

By Kirsten Han . 18 Jan
In their response to a rare court ruling against the government, Singapore's Ministry of Law has tried to liken a case of independent reporting to "fake news". But when is fighting fake news just curbing free speech?
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Only Five Hours Left to Expose the Shocking Leveson Evidence Press and Police Don't Want You to Hear

By Peter Jukes . 10 Jan
The British governments consultation on whether Leveson Two should go ahead ends at 5pm today. Don't let there be another coverup
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Can estate regeneration meet London's housing crisis?

London councils are keen to knock down council estates and rebuild them to a higher density. But how many home can the policy really contribute. We look at some of the dodgy figures underpinning the policy
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How many Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters really die? ‘We never make propaganda’

Just saying ‘the first thing that dies in a war is the truth’ isn’t very satisfying. So journalist Fréderike Geerdink decided to investigate the number of deaths given by the two sides in the war between the PKK and the Turkish state.
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December updates on spycops

By Pitchford Watcher . 22 Dec
A look at some other issues raising their heads this month, including: John Dines confirmed as an undercover officer, developments in Ireland and Northern Ireland, a call on trade unions to look at their complicity in blacklisting and a cor
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Police met with anger as delaying tactics in spycop cases causes further distress

By Pitchford Watcher . 21 Dec
'Deborah' came forward this week to tell how she was targeted by spycop Marco Jacobs for a relationship. Her story is not just about the distress his deception caused, but as much how it is being aggravated by the Metropolitan Police whom s
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Language course with the PKK: 'I am a guerrilla, you are a guerrilla, we are guerrilla's'

Cut off from most news sources, watched by drones, threatened by Turkish F16’s and with a former Kobani fighter as a teacher in the open air class room, a group of PKK guerrillas and foreigners learned the mother tongue of the Kurds. A repo
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Exclusive: Finance Firms Refuse To Process Donations For National Action Neo-Nazis

By Colin Cortbus . 5 Dec
Hate group National Action has been left empty-handed after online finance firms refused to process donations the pro-Hitler fanatics were trying to raise. The Campaign Against Antisemitism had spoken out against the far-right organisation'
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North Dakota Veterans Place Private Corporations Ahead Of Citizens

By Sara T'Rula . 3 Dec
North Dakota veterans oppose Veteran Standing Rock operation, listing the property rights of private corporations as mattering more than property rights of citizens. The human rights of people other than to peacefully assemble go unmentione
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British Neo-Nazis Don't Think They'll Get Proscribed

By Colin Cortbus . 2 Dec
In an exclusive interview, a leader of British Neo-Nazi group National Action has said there is a 'zero percent' chance of the extremist group getting proscribed. The stunning comments raise concerns about whether Britain's counter-extremis
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Morton County Cops Claim Snowballs Are "Harassment"

By Sara T'Rula . 2 Dec
Despite themselves regularly using chemical weapons, water torture, rubber bullets, attack dogs, deafening audio weapons, and other military-level violent tactics, Morton County Sheriff's Department decry Standing Rock Water Protectors alle
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