Delay in Nairobi court hearing over Kenyan death linked to British military sparks calls for justice

A Nairobi court adjourned the lawsuit over the 2012 death of Agnes Wanjiru, last seen with a British soldier, until May, amid family criticism and unresolved questions about the involvement of UK military personnel.

King Charles’ visit to Kenya and the long shadow of Agnes Wanjiru’s murder

King Charles III’s official visit to commemorate Kenya’s independence anniversary has drawn attention to the unresolved murder of Agnes Wanjiru allegedly committed by British soldiers, prompting her niece’s plea for justice, amid growing discontent over post-colonial issues and suppression of protests.

Britain’s Special Forces on service in at least 19 countries since 2011

The UK’s Special Forces have been reported on operations in almost twenty countries in just over 10 years. Here we outline why this might be concern.

UK Ministry of Defence reveals Defence Loan Service Personnel expenditure

Data on costs associated with Defence Loan Service Personnel to 85 countries, including human rights priority nations, reveal global cost of up to £40m in 2022.