Latin America

Second Panama Papers Leak: Findings From Around The World
Will Fitzgibbon · August 16, 2018

Leaked Mossack Fonseca documents exposed the millionaire offspring of European and African officials, illicit campaign funding in Latin America, and more.

ICIJ’s deputy director is one of 2018’s ‘Great Immigrants’
Razzan Nakhlawi · June 28, 2018

Marina Walker Guevara features on Carnegie Corporation’s roster of exemplary immigrants in the U.S.

What our partners found in the new Panama Papers data
Will Fitzgibbon and Martha M. Hamilton · June 28, 2018

ICIJ partners from Latin America to Eastern Europe (and in between) have exposed a plethora of new abuses.

Offshore Links To Lionel Messi, Cartier, Argentine Leader
Ryan Chittum and Will Fitzgibbon · June 20, 2018

Two years after Panama Papers rocked the offshore world, new details have emerged about an array of global elite.

News drones reveal big companies are draining water supplies in Peru, Colombia
Sasha Chavkin · June 4, 2018

Investigative reporters in Peru and Colombia used drones as part of their cross-border collaboration to unearth the truth about water use in the area.

Panama Papers figure added to FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted
Martha M. Hamilton · May 1, 2018

Rafael Caro Quintero, the one-time head of the Guadalajara drug cartel in Mexico, has been added to the FBI’s most wanted fugitives.

Dominican Republic journalist faces murder mastermind threats
Fergus Shiel · April 11, 2018

Investigative journalist Alicia Ortega Hasbun has been threatened by an inmate sharing a jail cell with an alleged drug lord convicted this week as the mastermind in the murder of another journalist.

Paradise Papers project 'a moment of peace' for journalists hit by quake
Sasha Chavkin · April 9, 2018

The 2017 disaster upended their newsrooms and their lives, but the team buckled down to complete the investigation.

‘I am still in shock’: Journalists flee Venezuela to publish ongoing investigation, amid legal threats
Sasha Chavkin · February 9, 2018

ICIJ members and colleagues forced to leave home after revealing questionable dealings in a government food program.

Through death threats and scare tactics, Honduran reporter ‘perseveres’
Sasha Chavkin · February 6, 2018

It’s not easy being a journalist in Honduras, where you can be captured by hooded men and face political pressure. But for ICIJ member Lourdes Ramirez that’s why she became a reporter in the first place.