Operation Kenova: report finds Army’s IRA spy likely cost more lives than he saved

The interim report from Operation Kenova concludes Army spy Stakeknife probably cost more lives than he saved.

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.

Independent Inquiry relating to Afghanistan: day 3

The Inquiry into allegations of severe war crimes involving a campaign of murder by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan, which was purportedly known and permitted by Senior Officers and the MOD, unravels a harrowing narrative of civilian deaths, potential cover-ups, and an organizational culture that enabled sustained, egregious violations of human rights, with the bereaved families seeking justice amidst institutional obfuscation and delayed inquiries.

Opinion: having the army on standby as police firearm officers only risks exacerbating systemic issues

Met Police firearms officers have handed in their weapons over concern that one of their own has been charged with the murder of 24-year-old Chris Kaba

Will the arrest of an Australian SAS soldier for human rights abuses pave the way for similar arrests in the UK?

Allegations of war crimes committed by elite Western military units in Afghanistan have been thrust into the spotlight following recent convictions of former Australian and potential UK SAS soldiers, raising concerns over unlawful killings, accountability, and adherence to international law.