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Less than one percent of criminally acquired money is clawed back; how should regulators address this impotence?
Ex-Morgan Stanley VP and associate pocketed tens of millions via illegal trades, according to a ruling in U.S. federal court
Anti-Slavery International ‘I feel I am dying’: UK tied visa reform leaves abused workers vulnerable
Overseas domestic workers are being abused behind London's closed doors even after reform of British visa process
Natural disasters exacerbated by climate change and sea-level rise are forecast to displace millions of people in the near future
Misinformation about an alleged chemical weapons attack gained traction due to established pro-Assad campaign
'I realized the richness of the human mind was so great compared to these dumb machines'
article 50 Interview with Gina Miller: ‘The more people send me hate the more I’m determined to stop this’
Gina Miller, who took on the UK government on its procedure to quit the EU, says she's defending democracy despite vicious attacks
European Court of Justice Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case over businessman’s criminal history
A London court rejected Google's argument that it was still in the public interest to list links related to a businessman's past
Top stories and more: Air strikes from U.S., British and French forces hit three targets in Syria
Experts say pro-Kremlin officials and media are effective at spreading confusion, but can be countered by transparency
UK Parliament urged to pass new legislation targeting Russian assets, but existing rules have scope to send a message
WikiTribune community is tracking what Sessions has done, while the Russian probe grabs the headlines
Bill Browder is certain Vladimir Putin would kill him if he could: he explains why the Russian leader would want to
Experts told WikiTribune that London's financial clout could be turned against rich Russians, though that would also cost the UK
Help WikiTribune report on Amnesty International's review of the state of human rights around the world
criminal justice reform Jeff Sessions and ‘tough-on-crime’ Republicans fight prison sentencing reform
Help WikiTribune report on why criminal justice reform is so difficult to pass in the United States
China's expansion into the South Pacific is causing growing alarm in Washington, Wellington and Canberra -- and then there's Suva
The Pacific Ocean is being plundered while those tasked with helping protect it are disappearing in mysterious circumstances.