Former Pakistan prime minister sentenced to imprisonment again on corruption charges
Fergus Shiel · December 26, 2018

Pakistan’s anti-corruption court sentenced Nawaz Sharif to a seven-year prison term for failing to account for income related to ownership of a steel mill.

Turkish President’s Allies In Press Freedom Attack Over Paradise Papers Reporting
Will Fitzgibbon · July 16, 2018

Close political allies and a family member of Recep Tayyip Erdogan are suing a journalist and her newspaper not for inaccuracies, but for alleged damage to their reputations.

Former Pakistan PM Sharif Sentenced To 10 Years
Scilla Alecci · July 6, 2018

The historic corruption verdict against Pakistan’s former leader also included prison sentences for his daughter and son-in-law.

Panama Papers Source Offers Documents To Governments, Hints At More To Come
ICIJ · May 6, 2016

The anonymous whistleblower behind the Panama Papers has conditionally offered to make the documents available to government authorities.

A new ICIJ investigation exposes a rogue offshore industry
ICIJ · April 3, 2016

A new investigation published today by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and more than 100 other news organizations around the globe, reveals the offshore links of some of the planet’s most prominent people.

US targets ‘dirty money’ hidden in luxury real estate
Sasha Chavkin · January 15, 2016

Investigators will identify and track secret buyers of high-end properties to crack down on a popular method of money laundering.

ICIJ condemns conviction of member Khadija Ismayilova
ICIJ · September 1, 2015

ICIJ director Gerard Ryle calls for the release of investigative reporter Khadija Ismayilova, who has been sentenced to prison in Azerbaijan.

Rich countries chastised for lack of anti-bribery efforts
Will Fitzgibbon · October 24, 2014

Corruption is as strong as ever within many of the world’s wealthiest nations, who regularly fail to stop bribery, according to a new report.

America revealed as top spot for China’s ‘naked officials’
Leslie Wayne · August 15, 2014

Say you are a corrupt Chinese official and you want to flee to safety. Where do you go? Turns out the U.S. is a popular choice.

Mining companies ‘worst offenders’ for misinvoicing, secrecy: reports
Will Fitzgibbon · June 6, 2014

Up to $424 billion tax revenue is lost each year through misleading import and export invoices, as secrecy hinders accountability, according to two new reports.