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Introducing a new curated email series to walk readers through the most explosive Pandora Papers stories and bottom-line findings of the biggest journalism collaboration in history. Plus, Ericsson executives acquitted of Djibouti bribery charges and ICIJ team members will be at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference in Denver.
The telecom giant sees more fallout from the Ericsson List investigation. A leaked Kenyan audit reveals a massive alleged tax evasion scheme involving Mauritius. Plus, Pandora Papers wins Scripps Howard awards and ICIJ will be at AI 2022: The Conference.
The Paradise Papers reveal the middlemen who helped Russia’s ‘richest’ lawmaker acquire luxury assets. Plus, ICIJ's network committee gets new members and we'll be at the Oslo Anti-Corruption Conference.
Three years after ICIJ's Solitary Voices investigation, isolation is still commonplace in U.S. prisons and detention centers. Plus, officials from around the world react to the Xinjiang Police Files. And catch ICIJ at Nobel Peace Talks on June 2!
The Xinjiang Police Files include mug shots and personal information of thousands of detainees dating back to the height of China’s program and other photos taken inside the camps.
The U.S. lands the top spot in the Tax Justice Network's biennial index while the corporate services industry is targeted for the first time in new sanctions. Plus, the ICIJ team will be at Dataharvest 2022!
In a new episode of Meet the Investigators, ICIJ member Maria Ressa discusses her career as a pioneering Filipino journalist, how her team copes with threats, the importance of ICIJ’s work, her advice for aspiring journalists and more.
We publish a final installment of leaked information to the Offshore Leaks Database, which in the the nine years since it was first launched, has become an essential tool in the global fight to dismantle financial secrecy.
A new investigation by ICIJ and the Irish Times details businesses linked to the Kinahan drug gang— and highlights help the family has gotten from Emirati authorities and intermediaries. Plus, Pandora Papers impact in the U.S., Sri Lanka and more.
We tackle your questions about sanctions, hidden Russian wealth, oligarchs, why they’re important to the Putin regime, what we’ve learned from ICIJ leaks about how the offshore system serves their interests, and more.
Our latest Pandora Papers investigation produced in collaboration with The Washington Post takes a look at a little-known player in the U.S. financial secrecy business.
Angry shareholders sanction executives over Ericsson List revelations. Go behind-the-scenes of the investigation in our latest episode of the Meet the Investigators podcast. Plus, New Zealand cites ICIJ investigations in proposing a corporate secrecy crackdown.
As high-profile Russian powerbrokers use shadowy shell companies and tax havens to dodge sanctions and further secure their assets, the Pandora Papers has the receipts for some of their offshore entanglements.
A go-to firm for Kremlin-linked companies, Baker McKenzie now says it’s leaving Russia. Our Pandora Papers exposé on the prestigious company is our latest in the Russia Archive, ICIJ's reporting on the financial secrets of oligarchs and other elites close to Vladimir Putin.
The Russia Archive highlights and advances what ICIJ investigations have uncovered about the financial secrets of Vladimir Putin's closest associates — as their money maneuvers become the subject of unprecedented international scrutiny. Plus, more Ericsson List fallout for the telecom giant.
It’s barely been three days since ICIJ and 30 media partners published the Ericsson List investigation, but the telecom giant has seen a whirlwind of repercussions since. Plus, meet enablers who help Russians move and hide wealth abroad
The United Kingdom hits Russian oligarchs with sanctions hours after President Vladimir Putin orders troops into eastern Ukraine. Here’s what we know about the businessmen's secret financial dealings.
We talk to a longtime ICIJ member about her storied career in southern Africa. Plus, you can see ICIJ staffers at NICAR, SXSW, and more upcoming events!
Offshore dealings involving artwork in the Pandora Papers are emblematic of how the booming art market has become “the largest, legal unregulated industry,” in the words of U.S. lawmakers. Plus, the law firm at the heart of Panama Papers is back in the news.
Our latest investigation unearths new offshore revelations on Isabel dos Santos and other Angolans recently sanctioned by the U.S. ICIJ wins a prestigious ethics prize, and we talk to the founder of Inkyfada, an ICIJ partner in Tunisia, in our latest episode of the Meet the Investigators podcast.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren cited reporting by ICIJ and the Washington Post in letters demanding answers from corporate landlord companies. Plus, ICIJ partners in El Salvador face 'unprecedented' surveillance via phone hacking and more Cambodian relics are headed home.
The Panama Papers has been named the Investigation of the Decade by the British Journalism Awards. Plus, Pandora Papers impact continues into the new year.
We team up with the Washington Post for another exclusive exposé of an American tax haven: the U.S. state of Wyoming. Plus, we take a look back at three months of Pandora Papers impact, and talk to ICIJ partners in Latin American about the press freedom challenges of the last year.
In our newest investigation, we team up with the Washington Post and Toronto Star to dig into leaked files related to Progress Residential, one of the biggest corporate landlords in the U.S. — and examine how residents have fared as secret global investors cash in on the American dream.
Today, we’re thrilled to share that you can now explore structured data from the Pandora Papers on the Offshore Leaks Database, which has been updated with information related to two of the 14 offshore service providers at the heart of the investigation.
A major money laundering case shows potential for reform of an island tax haven. Plus, a global shell company shopping experiment and Pandora Papers reporting highlights from the Middle East and North Africa.
We have new case studies from leaked documents, unveiling the offshore dealings of execs and investors of corporate polluters from India, Russia, Indonesia and more. Plus, more Pandora Papers fallout in Latin America, and investigative highlights from our partners in Africa, Asia, and North America.