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
'You don't need to be a criminal profiler to draw a mental sketch of the killers'
You need to snake your way to what’s true, allow the words to discover passion, not passion dictate the words
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’
Exclusive: Rebecca Pinnington claims she was threatened with repercussions after obtaining classified forecasts of student accommodation income
Friday’s assault on Zaman’s offices followed the same pattern as October’s police raid on the offices of the Koza Ipek Media Group, which owned two newspapers and two TV stations. The court-appointed trustees have just closed both the TV stations and the newspapers
Japan has fallen from 11th to 61st place in Reporters Without Borders' World Press Freedom Index since 2010
La FM for broadcasting an eight-minute excerpt of a video recording in which former Senator Carlos Ferro and a police captain discuss sex in crude details
'The last ten years were the most dangerous'
The 26-year-old shares advice and experiences with graduates on how his career evolved after a trip to Gaza
Rasool was a victim of the recent crackdown on press freedom in Turkey
Societies were supposed to open up, but discovering local feelings has to be done from afar
After Syria, the most journalists were killed in France this year
In the wake of events such as Paris due diligence is the order of the day