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  1. Carlos Dada, El Salvador, is the founder and director of the news website El Faro, which has become a reference for independent and high quality journalism in Central America since 1998 and is known for its investigations of corruption and violence.

    Dada has reported from various conflict zones including Iraq, Venezuela, Mexico, Guatemala and, most recently, Honduras. His work has been published in Latin America, the United States, Bosnia and Spain.

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  2. Prangtip Daorueng, Thailand, is a journalist based in Bangkok, Thailand and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    She has been working as a journalist covering politics and social development for both local and regional newspapers since 1985. In 2002, she spent a year in Indonesia on a book project covering the conflict in Aceh. At present, she travels between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand covering different stories on separatist movements in the region.

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  3. Sunday Dare, Nigeria, is the former general editor of two of Nigeria's weekly newsmagazines, The News and Tempo.

    Throughout his 18-year career in print and broadcast, Dare has also contributed to publications such as The Nation magazine in New York, 4th Estate magazine, Reporters Sans Frontières and Boston-based Dollara and Sense.

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  4. Anthony Davis, Thailand/Australia, has been a correspondent for the weekly newsmagazine Asiaweek since 1979 and has been writing for Jane's Defence Weekly since 1991.

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  5. Emilia Díaz-Struck is the lead researcher for ICIJ's cross-border investigations. She is a professor of journalism at the Central University of Venezuela, and also co-founded Venezuelan news website Armando.info. Emilia has been a contributor for the Washington Post, and has also written for the magazine Poder y Negocios and Venezuelan newspapers El Universal and El Mundo. She was previously the investigative reporting coordinator at the Press and Society Institute of Venezuela, and in 2012 was Reporter in Residence at the New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University and Connectas, a journalistic platform for the Americas. Emilia has taken part in cross-border investigations such as: ICIJ's Offshore Leaks, Luxembourg Leaks and Swiss Leaks projects; a collaboration between journalists from 5 countries that revealed the illicit trade of coltan; and a collaboration with Costa Rica's La Nación newspaper on a real estate scandal involving a former Venezuelan magistrate who fled ahead of an arrest warrant. She is a former fellow at the Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano and Investigative Reporters and Editors. Among her awards is the Latin-American Prize for Thesis in Communication from the Latin American Federation of Social Communication Faculties. Read complete profile »
  6. Alexenia Dimitrova, Bulgaria, works at the second largest daily in Bulgaria, 24 Chasa (“24 Hours”). She has more than 27 years’ experience in journalism, and has published thousands of articles in Bulgaria, USA, Russia, Croatia and Britain.

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  7. David Donald, United States, is data editor at the Center for Public Integrity, where he oversees data analysis and computer-assisted reporting at the Washington-based investigative journalism nonprofit.

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  8. Steven Dudley, United States, is co-director of InSight Crime, an online media initiative based at American University in Washington, D.C. that monitors and investigates organized crime in the Americas.

    Dudley is a senior fellow at American University's Center for Latin American and Latino Studies. Before that he was Andean Region bureau chief for the Miami Herald. Dudley has reported from Haiti, Brazil, Nicaragua, Cuba and Miami for many media outlets including National Public Radio, the BBC, the Economist and The Washington Post.

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  9. Joachim Dyfvermark, Sweden, is a freelance investigative reporter and producer for the current affairs television show, “Uppdrag Granskning” on SVT, Swedish Public Broadcasting.

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  10. Dai Qing, China, is a freelance journalist who has published more than 20 books in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and several English- and German-speaking countries.

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