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The honor is a testament to the enterprise and teamwork of our staff and our partners here in the U.S. and around the world, ICIJ's director says.
ICIJ updated its list of politicians linked to the Panama Papers with two new profiles: Australia's current leader and Mongolia's former prime minister.
Strong show of support for independent media comes at a pivotal moment for ICIJ and for the world of investigative journalism.
Judges from three of America's top journalism organizations applauded the "exceptional ingenuity" and global impact of the investigation.
One year after the Panama Papers became an international catchphrase, here’s a globe-hopping update on the characters caught up in the scandal.
The firm at the heart of the Panama Papers has been accused of selling shell companies and holding bank accounts that were used to help conceal bribes.
ICIJ is on the lookout for a digitally-minded journalist to bolster our online community building and take part in upcoming projects.
A new lawsuit alleges that the IFC aided a campaign of terror against peasants in Honduras who tried to block a palm oil company’s expansion.
ICIJ has become an independent nonprofit news organization, more committed than ever to doing the best cross-border investigations in the world.
- Panama Papers wins Pulitzer Prize
- New Law, New Loophole, New Business for Giant Global Bank HSBC
- Former EU Official Among Politicians Named in New Leak of Offshore Files from The Bahamas
- Two world leaders added to Panama Papers Power Players
- Omidyar Network grants up to $4.5m to support ICIJ projects
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