Investigative journalism

The Pandora Papers: How the world of offshore finance is still flourishing | Four Corners

| ABC News In-depth | In a major international investigation, Four Corners reveals the secrets of the Pandora Papers. For months, more than 600 journalists from around the world, including the ABC, the Washington Post and the BBC, have been…

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The Panama Papers: Behind the Scheme

| Real Stories | A documentary feature film about the biggest global corruption scandal in history, and the hundreds of journalists who risked their lives to break the story.

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Africa Uncensored: The Journalists Exposing Corruption in Kenya

| Al Jazeera | “Our goal is to show Africa as it really is: The good, the bad, the ugly, the potential,” says John Allan Namu, an investigative journalist in Nairobi, Kenya. He co-founded Africa Uncensored, an investigative journalism collective…

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Diplomats for Sale

| Al Jazeera | How much would you pay for diplomatic immunity? The trade in Caribbean diplomatic passports has become a magnet for wealthy foreigners, corrupt businessmen and criminals from around the world. Al Jazeera exposes two prime ministers who…

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Anatomy of a Bribe

| Al Jazeera | Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit secretly films officials in Namibia demanding cash in exchange for political favours. It’s a story of how foreign companies plunder Africa’s natural resources. Using confidential documents provided to Al Jazeera by Wikileaks,…

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1MDB scandal: the Malaysian fraud explained

| Financial Times | The FT’s Stefania Palma explains the corruption and money-laundering inquiry at the state development and investment fund in which charges have been filed against two former Goldman Sachs bankers, local financier Jho Low and ex-1MDB employee…

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Imported for my body: The African women trafficked to India for sex

| BBC | BBC Africa Eye uncovered an illegal network that lures women to India from Africa, where they are then forced into sex work to satisfy the demands of the many African men living in Delhi. The women are…

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The Trees That Bleed: How rosewood is smuggled from Senegal into Gambia

| BBC | The rosewood tree is one of the most trafficked species on earth. When it’s cut it bleeds a blood-red sap. Having exhausted stocks elsewhere, Chinese traders have turned to West Africa, especially southern Senegal, where trees are…

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The Baby Stealers

| BBC | A year long investigation by BBC Africa Eye has uncovered damning evidence of a thriving underground network in Kenya that snatches babies from their mothers and sells them for a profit. The secretive and highly lucrative trade…

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Profits before Pupils?

| BBC Panorama | More than 7,000 schools in England have been turned into academies and are now run by private trusts. The people in charge are not supposed to profit from children’s education, but what’s to stop them from…

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