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A U.S. taxpayer will plead guilty to tax evasion and money laundering offenses in relation to the 2016 investigation.

The leaked “Qaraqash List” shows that ethnic minorities were detained in camps for growing a beard or wearing a veil, or having too many children.

Residents driven from urban beach now live in wretched conditions by open sewers.

Geneva-based de Grisogono’s main shareholders are Sindika Dokolo, Isabel dos Santos’ husband, and the trading arm of Angola’s state-controlled diamond agency.

A cross-border reporting “army” knocked on doors in Europe, visited hidden retailers in Sardinia, traveled to the Brazilian Amazon, and the French Riviera.

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Luanda Leaks

How two decades of corrupt deals made Isabel dos Santos Africa’s wealthiest woman and left oil- and diamond-rich Angola one of the world’s poorest countries.

China Cables

China Cables is an investigation into the surveillance and mass internment without charge or trial of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang.

Mauritius Leaks

Multinational companies use the tiny tax haven Mauritius to avoid paying taxes to countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the United States.

Bribery Division

A new investigation uses leaked files from inside a special unit of Brazilian firm Odebrecht to expose new details of prominent figures and massive public works projects embroiled in Latin America’s biggest cash-for-contracts scandal.

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Bill Birnbauer
Bill Birnbauer, Australia, is an adjunct professor in journalism at Monash University in Melbourne. He is vice chair of the ICIJ’s Network Committee. Before joining…
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