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The United States has banned the use of vaginal mesh for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced.

Whistleblowers who leak information to journalists, or reveal unlawful behavior, are a step closer to improved legal protections across Europe.

The World Bank has vowed to be a leader in the global fight against climate change, but it continues to favor fossil fuels over renewable energy when it comes to lending.

The unprecedented investigation into the rogue offshore industry was published on April 3, 2016. Here’s what happened next.

More than $1.2 billion has been publicly collected by governments around the world after the 2016 investigation, the Panama Papers.

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Implant Files

Health authorities across the globe have failed to protect millions of patients from poorly tested implants, the first-ever global examination of the medical device industry reveals.

The Panama Papers: Exposing the Rogue Offshore Finance Industry

A giant leak of more than 11.5 million financial and legal records exposes a system that enables crime, corruption and wrongdoing, hidden by secretive offshore companies.

Evicted and Abandoned: The World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor

The World Bank regularly failed to follow its own rules for protecting millions of people displaced by development.

West Africa Leaks

In the region’s largest-ever journalism collaboration, reporters from 11 countries expose the financial secrets of some of West Africa’s most powerful politicians, moguls and corporations.

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Uri Blau, Israel, is an investigative journalist specializing in military and political affairs, corruption and transparency. Blau started his career in 1994 at the…
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