Europe

Isabel dos Santos charged with embezzlement, will sell Portuguese bank stake
Scilla Alecci · January 23, 2020

Africa’s richest woman, Isabel dos Santos, who was at the center of Luanda Leaks, is now facing fraud charges in Angola.

Luanda Leaks stories from around the world
Kyra Gurney · January 23, 2020

From Brazilian real estate to Swiss jewelry, read all the headlines from Luanda Leaks stories from dozens of ICIJ’s media partners around the world.

PwC head ‘shocked and disappointed’ by Luanda Leaks revelations
Will Fitzgibbon · January 21, 2020

Banks, prosecutors and the head of PWC have responded to our Luanda Leaks investigation in the past two days.

Watch: Luanda Leaks is a ‘global story’
Scilla Alecci · January 19, 2020

Isabel dos Santos claims her success is self-made. Luanda Leaks, an investigation by the ICIJ and 36 media partners, reveals the true origins of her fortune.

From Colonization to Kleptocracy: A history of Angola
Antonio Cucho · January 16, 2020

Our visual explainer shows you how Africa’s richest woman rose amid a country divided by war and rich in natural resources.

Malta gets new PM amid Daphne Caruana Galizia murder probe
Hamish Boland-Rudder · January 13, 2020

Malta has a new prime minister following the resignation of the former leader, Joseph Muscat, whose top adviser was linked to the car bomb murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.

‘Urgent’ EU Plan to End Secret Company Ownership Poised to Miss Deadline
Simon Bowers · December 23, 2019

Countries, including Malta and Cyprus, are running out of time to comply with new rules aimed at thwarting corrupt regimes, mafia groups and terror funders.

Politicians Push For Sanctions, Olympic TV Boycott After China Cables
Sasha Chavkin · December 19, 2019

Pressure continues to grow on the Chinese government, with calls for asset freezes and Winter Olympics boycotts over its treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.

Malta’s PM to resign in January amid journalist murder scandal
Hamish Boland-Rudder · December 1, 2019

Joseph Muscat confirmed he will resign in January as the scandal over the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia continues to envelop his government.

Who are we writing for? Investigative storytelling for all generations
Simon Bowers · November 29, 2019

“Broadcast journalism forces you to think very differently,” reporter Harry Karanikas tells us in our monthly Meet The Investigators series.