Investigative Projects

In the disappearing rainforests of Indonesia, a 9-year-old boy and his family cope with the trauma of eviction. View more.
Australia is a giant in African mining, but its vast, sometimes deadly footprint has never been examined – until now. View more.
How one of the world's largest banks helped shelter millions in accounts linked to arms dealers, dictators and tax evaders. View more.
New files obtained by ICIJ disclose secret tax structures sought by “Big 4” accounting giants for global brand name companies. View more.
Political donors, celebrities, sportspeople, and other prominent Britons are revealed in leaked bank documents. View more.


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Thousands of men working in Central American sugarcane fields are dying of chronic kidney disease, yet governments and the sugar industry have done little in response. View more.
Recycling dead humans into medical implants is a lucrative trade, rousing concerns about how tissues are obtained. View more.
As other fisheries are pushed to their limits, giant trawlers move southward toward Antarctica to catch what is left. View more.
Your smart phone contains a ‘conflict mineral’, likely from parts of Africa or South America controlled by criminal organizations. View more.
Lobby groups have spent nearly $100 million to promote asbestos, a carcinogen which may cause up to 10 million deaths by 2030 - largely in the developing world. View more.
Bluefin's demise directly linked to widespread fraud and negligence from fishing fleets and ministry offices to the world’s largest buyers in Japan. View more.
Spain's fishing industry racked up an extensive history of flouting rules and breaking laws. View more.
Down-and-out in developed nations, Big Tobacco is refocusing its lobbying on emerging markets. View more.
Nations aligned with Interpol have used the group as a tool against political opponents and refugees. View more.
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