The national prosecutor’s office said it will open an investigation of a controversial mining deal due to new evidence uncovered in the largest ever offshore data leak.
A new book explores a multibillion-dollar money laundering conspiracy by gold traders and the human side of the illegal mining economy.
Dan Gertler was first frozen out of the U.S. financial system in 2017 after Paradise Papers exposed how he helped secure lucrative mining rights for commodities giant Glencore.
Swiss prosecutors allege that the Israeli billionaire and business associates bribed a wife of the former Guinean president to obtain lucrative mining rights.
The Swiss investigation into the mining giant comes on top of probes in the US and the UK.
One year on from the Paradise Papers, the mining giant has sought to protect its tax secrets in Australia while agreeing to a financial settlement with Canadian regulators.
A Swiss court has confirmed ongoing criminal investigations into the businesses of Dan Gertler, an Israeli diamond dealer suspected of large-scale corruption in the Congo.
How did Glencore manage to get a $440m discount - the equivalent to a year's education budget - in the Congo?
Current and former presidents, ministers and business leaders are among the prominent citizens whose business dealings in tax and secrecy havens have been uncovered.
A village hoped for a better life. Burkina Faso expected more tax revenue. Residents and officials said Glencore gave them neither.
A new leak of confidential records reveals the financial hideaways of iconic brands and power brokers across the political spectrum.
Law firm’s internal files reveal oil, mineral and grain trader Glencore signed secret deals and loaned millions to a high-risk business partner.
Read Glencore’s full response to ICIJ questions relating to Glencore in the the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Read Glencore's full response to our questions regarding their work in Burkina Faso.
Luxembourg Leaks, Swiss Leaks and Fatal Extraction investigations honored with 2015 EPPY awards.
How do you take stunning visuals, unique data, and rare documents and turn it all into a compelling story? Here's what we learned while investigating Australian mining's impact in Africa.
An Australian Greens senator is considering proposing new legislation in response to ICIJ's investigation of Australian companies in Africa.
ICIJ's latest collaboration reveals deaths, conflicts and questionable practices by Australian mining companies across Africa.
A new World Bank survey has surprised experts by showing strong public support for the extractive industries in resource-rich nations, but its methodology has come under question.
The US has now signed on to a worldwide anti-corruption initiative for the mining and oil sector, but other wealthy nations with higher stakes are resisting.
With controversial mining company Renco Group again in the news, here are a few tips on investigating the mining industry I shared at the recent annual conference of the Colombian journalism group Consejo de Redacción in Bogotá.