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  1. Aamir Latif, Pakistan, began his career as an investigative reporter in 2001 as a member of the investigative reporting wing of the US News and World Report and remained with the magazine until 2008. He now heads the Karachi Bureau of Pakistan’s  largest independent wire service, Online News Network.

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  2. Roel Landingin, the Philippines, is a free-lance journalist who has been covering business and the economy for more than 20 years. He is the Manila correspondent for the Financial Times, and a contributor to the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ), a not-for-profit media organization based in Manila.

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  3. Alain Lallemand, Belgium, is a senior investigative reporter for Le Soir, the leading French-language Brussels daily.

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  4. 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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  5. Fredrik Laurin, Sweden, is a freelance investigative reporter and producer for SVT, Swedish Public Broadcasting.

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  6. Vlad Lavrov, Ukraine, is a staff writer at the English-language publication Kyiv Post.

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  7. David Leigh, Britain, is currently the Anthony Sampson professor of reporting at London's City University, where he teaches investigative journalism. He retired as the investigations editor for The Guardian newspaper in 2013. Leigh is also a former producer for World in Action, an investigative program on Britain's Granada TV.

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  8. Charles Lewis, United States, is a tenured professor of journalism and founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University in Washington, D.C.

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  9. Hans Leyendecker, Germany, has been a political editor and columnist at the Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung since 1997.

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  10. Fernando Lima, Mozambique, reported in-depth on the long civil war in Angola and on the Mozambique National Resistance while working for the Mozambique News Agency. More recently he have done a series of articles on illegal mining in Mozambique.  

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  11. Gwen Lister, Namibia, founded The Namibian in 1985 during apartheid colonialism in the country. The newspaper and staff were consistently targeted by right-wing elements and security forces because of the perception that the newspaper supported the liberation movement. Lister was jailed twice, in 1984 under the Official Secrets Act, and in June 1988, when she was detained without trial and denied access to a lawyer.

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