US reporter and French photographer Remi Ochlik died in an air strike in Homs in 2012
A memoir that mixes autobiography with rock-star encounters
There is global elite of wealthy people who use secret shell trusts to shuffle vast quantities of sometimes dirty money away from prying eyes
Ahmed Abdel Qader has been outspoken in opposition to militant group
Closure could be 'wholly damaging to the university, union and students'
Passing of the motion will allow for 'true and accurate' coverage during student officer elections
In the fourth excerpt from his new book, Patrick Cockburn recalls the aftermath of the Libyan revolution and the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011. Hopes were soon to be dashed, as a barbaric regime gave way to something much worse
In the third excerpt from his new book, Patrick Cockburn writes from Baghdad on how the US occupation of Iraq faced growing Iraqi anger and resistance in the summer of 2003. Already, there were signs that the war was going to end in disaster
The 29-year-old has repeatedly insisted he is innocent
'She's nine for God’s sake. She isn't capable of sensationalism'
As he retires, Richard Garner bows out with a retrospective on what's changed in schools
It was right to highlight EgyptAir’s record on mid-flight attacks, but a little more historical context would have been interesting to readers, too
When I was the producer-director of a Panorama episode which used secret filming to expose abuse at a care home, I was surprised that a family member of a resident had captured sufficient evidence to lead to a conviction
Fox host Andrea Tantaros’ new book is about how feminism has 'made women miserable'
It has been a privilege and a pleasure to document the last 15 years of my life in The Independent on Sunday. And it’s all been true… almost
‘It’s not only the person who pulls the trigger, but those who made that possible who should also be defined as terrorists’