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    1. July 1, 2014

      Saudis name top intelligence chief

      Prince Khalid bin Bandar al-Saud, a senior member of the Saudi royal family, has been named top intelligence chief, as the...

    2. July 22, 2012

      Saudi spy chief move hints at policy shift

      The surprise appointment of the hawkish former Saudi ambassador to Washington as the kingdom’s intelligence chief suggests...

    1. July 20, 2012

      Bandar appointed new Saudi spy chief

      Saudi Arabia’s “peasant prince” with the twinkling eye, hawkish views and fondness for the Dallas Cowboys football team is...

    2. January 19, 2011

      Riyadh ‘washes its hands’ of Lebanon

      Saudi Arabia has “washed its hands of Lebanon’’ as mediation efforts reached a deadlock, leading to a “dangerous’’ situation...

    3. May 6, 2008

      Probes spanned four continents

      The steadily multiplying official probes into alleged bribery by BAE Systems have covered four continents and an exotic...

    4. April 23, 2008

      Fraud agency fights BAE court ruling

      The Serious Fraud Office is to fight a court judgment that it acted unlawfully in scrapping a corruption probe into BAE...

    5. April 22, 2008

      SFO to appeal against BAE decision

      The Serious Fraud Office is to fight a court judgment that it acted unlawfully in scrapping a corruption probe into BAE...

    6. April 17, 2008

      Al-Yamamah: the case for the defence

      It is hard to feel indignant over rumours that a man fiddles his income tax if you believe he is a murderer. For this...

    7. April 17, 2008

      Al-Yamamah: the case for the defence

      Jonathan Guthrie: It is hard to feel indignant over rumours that a man fiddles his income tax if you believe he is a...

    8. April 16, 2008

      Al-Yamamah: the case for the defence

      It is hard to feel indignant over rumours that a man fiddles his income tax if you believe he is a murderer. For this...

    9. April 11, 2008

      Actions 'placed justice system at risk'

      What started as a David versus Goliath challenge, brought by a group of activists dismissed as "treehuggers", yesterday...

    10. April 11, 2008

      Halt to bribe probe ruled unlawful

      What started as a David v Goliath challenge, brought by a group of activists dismissed by one lawyer as "tree-hugging...

    11. April 11, 2008

      UK wrong to axe BAE probe

      Ministers last night vowed to drive through unprecedented statutory powers to shut down investigations on national security...

    12. April 11, 2008

      Damning verdict on Saudi arms case

      Tony Blair's government failed to protect the UK's justice system from outside political interference. That is the damning...

    13. April 11, 2008

      UK wrong to axe BAE probe

      The UK government suffered one of its most stinging legal humiliations yesterday after senior judges ruled it had broken...

    14. April 11, 2008

      UK let Saudis 'pervert justice' on arms probe

      The UK government suffered one of its most stinging legal humiliations yesterday when senior judges ruled it had broken its...

    15. April 11, 2008

      Justices side with 'hopeless challenge'

      What started as a David vs Goliath challenge brought by a group of activists dismissed as "tree huggers'' culminated...

    16. April 11, 2008

      Damning verdict on Saudi arms case

      Tony Blair's government failed to protect the UK's justice system from outside political interference. That is the damning...

    17. April 10, 2008

      UK ‘unlawfully’ axed BAE investigation

      Ministers vowed on Thursday night to drive through unprecedented statutory powers to shut down investigations on national...

    18. April 10, 2008

      UK government ‘placed justice system at risk’

      What started as a David versus Goliath challenge, brought by a group of activists dismissed as “treehuggers”, on Thursday...

    19. April 10, 2008

      Damning verdict on Saudi arms case

      Tony Blair’s government failed to protect the UK’s justice system from outside political interference. That is the damning...

    20. April 10, 2008

      UK ‘unlawfully’ scrapped BAE probe

      Ministers on Thursday night vowed to drive through unprecedented statutory powers to shut down investigations on national...

    21. December 6, 2007

      Pressure on ministers over BAE probe

      Ministers were facing growing pressure on Thursday over their failure to help a US criminal probe into alleged bribery by...

    22. November 22, 2007

      Finger pointed at UK on corruption

      The UK came under the spotlight at an international anti-corruption conference on Wednesday as the head of the OECD marked...

    23. November 22, 2007

      Finger pointed at the UK in fight against corruption

      The UK came under the spotlight at an international anti-corruption conference yesterday as the head of the OECD marked the...

    24. November 10, 2007

      Fraud body faces court over halt to BAE probe

      British anti-corruption campaigners yesterday won their bid to mount a high court challenge to the Serious Fraud Office's...

    25. November 9, 2007

      High Court to review BAE-Saudi decision

      Anti-corruption campaigners on Friday won their bid to mount a High Court challenge to the Serious Fraud Office’s...

    26. September 21, 2007

      US lawsuit targets BAE’s directors

      Directors of BAE Systems have been targeted by a US lawsuit from a Michigan pension fund seeking the return to the company...

    27. July 2, 2007

      Tangled web of payments proves sticky issue

      The question at the heart of the US investigation into BAE Systems' dealings appears on the face of it simple: did Britain's...

    28. July 2, 2007

      Al-Yamamah deal: the Saudi foreign policy connection

      Investigators from the US Department of Justice examining BAE Systems' compliance with anti-corruption laws in its arms...

    29. July 1, 2007

      Al-Yamamah: The Saudi foreign policy connection

      Investigators from the US Department of Justice examining BAE Systems’ compliance with anti-corruption laws in its arms...

    30. July 1, 2007

      Web of payments proves a sticky issue

      The question at the heart of the US investigation into BAE Systems’ dealings appears on the face of it simple: did Britain’s...

    31. June 28, 2007

      A US probe that shames Britain

      The government was mistaken if it thought last December's shabby decision to drop its investigation into alleged corruption...

    32. June 27, 2007

      Department of Justice is right to investigate BAE Systems

      The British government was mistaken if it thought last December’s shabby decision to drop its investigation into alleged...

    33. June 27, 2007

      Probe offers early warning for Brown

      The US probe into alleged bribery by BAE Systems is an early warning for Gordon Brown's government ofthe potential of the...

    34. June 26, 2007

      Explosive old case passed to new man

      As Gordon Brown prepares to take over as UK prime min­ister on Wednesday, the US probe into alleged bribery by BAE Systems...

    35. June 21, 2007

      US approves BAE takeover of Armor Holdings

      The Bush administration on Thursday approved BAE’s $4.1bn takeover of Armor Holdings, ending speculation that the...

    36. June 16, 2007

      Woolf to earn £6,000 a day probing ethical conduct

      Lord Woolf, the former lord chief justice, will be paid up to £468,000 to head a committee to investigate BAE Systems'...

    37. June 16, 2007

      US concerns over BAE bribe claims revived

      The US Congress is renewing its scrutiny of BAE Systems in the wake of allegations that the British defence company bribed...

    38. June 16, 2007

      BAE faces fresh congressional scrutiny

      Congress is renewing its scrutiny of BAE Systems in the wake of allegations that the British defence company bribed a former...

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