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Official statistics on busts of drug shipments originating in Colombia — the world’s largest cocaine producer by far — are scattershot and hard to find. A leak ...
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It’s unclear who was behind the calls, which targeted journalists and activists and were disguised using a “spoofing” app. Thousands of Georgians took streets to protest the Foreign ...
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All the President’s Men: State Projects Handed to Apparent Proxies in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov has drastically decreased transparency into public spending, even as he has launched an ambitious new series of state projects intended to show off ...
28 May 2024
Eldiyar Arykbaev (OCCRP), Bolot Temirov (Temirov Live), Kloop

Polish Businessman Makes Millions From Firm that Deals With Putin’s Russia

Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the name of blue-blooded Polish businessman Andre Mankowski has disappeared from the website of the Moscow-based IT company AMT Group, where ...
28 May 2024
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THE SCOOP | Mysterious Wealth: Tajikistan PM’s Wife Bought Luxury Dubai Properties

Tajikistan’s prime minister and his wife did not respond to questions about how she was able to afford substantial real estate holdings in their home country, and ...
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Serbian Ruling Party’s Mystery Mega-Spend On Pre-Election Promo Material

Customs data shows the Serbian Progressive Party spent millions importing promotional material ahead of elections in 2022, far more than the party had previously paid for similar ...
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