News from The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
New revelations published in collaboration with more than a dozen news outlets in Africa expose details about corporate secrecy and hidden wealth.
Watch ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle explain how collaboration could spark a revolution in accountability journalism.
Panama Papers stories from ICIJ partners across the African continent have led to official inquiries, but also warnings for journalists to be silent.
Panama Papers credited as Europe looks to continue its clampdown on tax avoidance and questionable financial services.
The decision to slash the corporate tax rate comes as experts express concerns about the UK adopting tax haven-like policies after Brexit.
The joint investigation will be the "first of its kind," and Venezuela's attorney general has hinted at a long list of suspects.
Two whistleblowers have been handed suspended prison sentences and fined, but have already announced their plans to appeal.
Tribes in Tanzania are facing eviction after the World Bank board granted a massive agribusiness project a waiver that exempts it from following one of the bank’s policies.
Special European committee of inquiry is expected to call on ministers, bank bosses and Mossack Fonseca representatives for testimony.
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