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A river of life… a river of death: Drugs, gold and guns bring terror and death to 400-mile waterway in Colombia
Oscar Salinas has little doubt. “The conflict has resulted in a lot of human suffering but also a lot of environmental suffering. If the natural environment is harmed and dies, then our communities will die,” said the Colombian lawyer.
A human trafficking victim tricked into moving to Scotland before being sold as a bride has spoken of her ordeal for the first time.
Glasgow School of Art abandoned relocation plans after blowing £1.2 million on refitting a building that was unfit to use
Bosses at Glasgow School of Art blew £1.25 million on converting a building for students before abandoning the plan, according to confidential documents.
More than 14,000 files lie in limbo in Crown Office in-trays as victims of crime reveal their despair at being forced to wait for answers in court
More than 14,000 files are sitting in prosecutors’ in-trays as Scotland’s justice system buckles under a massive backlog of unresolved criminal cases, we can reveal.
Forced out: Emails expose turmoil at top of ravaged art school as director is told to go home against his will
The director of the Glasgow School of Art was forced to leave work against his will by chairwoman Muriel Gray as he led the response to a second devastating fire, we can reveal today.
REVEALED: £10m of taxpayers’ money was given to art school after blaze. Not one penny was spent on fire damage
None of the £10 million of taxpayers’ money given to Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire in 2014 was spent repairing the damage done by the blaze, we can reveal.
Aamer Anwar: It is shocking that an inquiry tasked with investigating the death of Sheku Bayoh chose to divert attention by focusing on myself
The lawyer for the family of Sheku Bayoh, who died while being arrested, has accused police watchdogs of trying to smear him in an official report.
An international appeal that raised £20 million to rebuild Glasgow School of Art after a devastating fire is under scrutiny after it emerged insurance payouts covered the restoration work.
Black ties in the Big Apple and spectacular auctions raised millions, but did any of it help rebuild The Mack?
It was, the great and the good of the art world agreed, a splendid idea.
Scotland’s deserted coastline will be targeted by drug smugglers after Brexit, international crime experts warned yesterday.
INVESTIGATION: Secret police report said London gangster’s death on remote Aberdeenshire road was suicide – but family claim it was murder
It was a lonely place to die.