International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

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Our Journalists: France

  • Fabrice Arfi, France, is an investigative journalist at Mediapart.

    Arfi started as a columnist on judicial affairs for Lyon Figaro. He also collaborated with Agence France Presse in Lyon for the police and justice section and subsequently helped create the Lyon bureau of the daily newspaper 20 Minutes. He then helped start the weekly Tribune de Lyon. Arfi has collaborated on stories with other publications including Le Parisien/Aujourd'hui, Libération and Le Monde.

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  • Aurore Gorius, France, is a freelance reporter who specializes in economic and political investigations.

    Gorius also teaches investigative journalism at the European Institut of Journalism in Paris. She started out at the daily newspaper France soir, covering social and economic subjects before covering labor and workplace and social issues for the weekly magazine, Le Point.

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  • Karl Laske, France, is an investigative reporter for Mediapart.

    Before that he was a reporter for the newspaper Libération, where he covered judicial affairs and investigations, wrote a column on the Indociles blog and led Libération’ s Contre-journal.

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  • Serge Michel, France and Switzerland, is reporter at large at Le Monde, in Paris. He has worked as a journalist in Switzerland, Iran, Africa and the Balkans. He won the Albert Londres Prize in 2001, France's most prestigious journalistic award, for his work in Iran. He’s the founder of the Bondy Blog, a “citizen journalism” website written from within the volatile French suburbs.

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  • Edouard Perrin, France, is a reporter with production company Premières Lignes. He previously worked with French public television station France 2.

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