Tax fairness advocates marked the resolution as a "historic win" in the push to wrest control of global tax policymaking from the small group of wealthy nations who have traditionally dominated the space.
ICIJ media partners investigated honorary consuls tied to their countries, unearthing cases of wrongdoing by the part-time diplomats and a critical lack of government oversight.
Sources say Interpol's "Red Notice" for dos Santos relates to allegedly corrupt dealings exposed in ICIJ’s Luanda Leaks investigation.
An ICIJ investigation detailed how Swiss businessman Alexander Studhalter was at the center of a vast web of shell companies tied to Kerimov that moved billions via American banks.
Honorary consuls around the world have repeatedly exploited their status to enrich themselves, evade law enforcement or advance political agendas.
Honorary consuls are meant to foster ties between countries. But criminals and others accused of exploiting the position have infiltrated their ranks.
ICIJ analyzed the level of transparency provided by countries about honorary consuls residing in their territory, and the honorary consuls that are representing their countries abroad.
The Shadow Diplomats investigation identified at least 500 current and former honorary consuls who have been accused of crimes or embroiled in controversies including drug and weapons trafficking, murder, fraud and terror financing.
What’s an honorary consul? What did the Shadow Diplomats investigation uncover? These questions and more, answered.
ICIJ and ProPublica identified at least 500 current or former honorary consuls publicly accused of wrongdoing or embroiled in controversy. Here are snapshots of some of those cases.
A cache of documents reveals how Christopher Kinahan Sr. masqueraded as a relief flight consultant before the bid was put to four high-ranking Egyptian military officers.
From learning top security tips to reinvigorating a passion for ICIJ’s model for investigating global stories, some of the staff’s newest faces reflect on our news organization’s first face-to-face gathering in three years.
A proposed new law aiming to clamp down on multinational companies that shift their profits to tax havens is being called a model for the U.S. and EU to adopt.
Hundreds employed by a major U.S. defense contractor are allegedly trapped at Diego Garcia island in the Indian Ocean due to a minimum wage dispute.
The country plans to establish a national corporate ownership registry, which would reveal the true owners of shell companies, by next year.
U.S. military bases are home to hundreds of thousands of troops around the globe. But behind the scenes, thousands of low-paid employees work in kitchens and clean the barracks, including victims of labor trafficking, NBC reports.
Defense contractors hire thousands of foreigners. Many are trapped by employment practices banned by the U.S. government.
Victims of human trafficking are hiding in plain sight in the state, according to an investigation by GBH News.
What sort of trafficking does this investigation cover? Are there any leaked files? How can I send ICIJ tips? These questions and more, answered.
An ICIJ investigation examines networks of companies, people and business practices that draw profit from cross-border labor trafficking and sex trafficking.
Ex-Uber lobbyist Mark MacGann calls for widespread reforms to guarantee platform workers’ rights as he slams the ridesharing giant’s past ‘growth at all costs’ approach.
Four environmental watchdogs allege that Paper Excellence and Asia Pulp & Paper used shell companies to conceal corporate control by the same Indonesian tycoons accused of clearing more than 2 million hectares of Indonesian rainforest.
Facing international pressure to shed light on shadowy corporate ownership, government plans to reveal who actually owns legal entities.
After years of stalled efforts, a new draft resolution submitted to the General Assembly calls for a global tax body that could set international tax standards and stamp out corporate tax dodging.
The 2017 assassination of the Maltese anti-corruption journalist rocked the island country, and led to government’s fall.