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YouTube Blocks Video Posted by Independent Outlet Kloop Ahead of National Elections in Kyrgyzstan

YouTube has inexplicably removed a video uploaded by Kloop, an independent Kyrgyz media outlet and OCCRP member center. The platform also temporarily banned Kloop...

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Soon After Taking Over Belarus’ Tobacco Industry, Oligarch Donated Luxury Cars to Lukashenko Regime

Leaked data shows that Aliaksei Aleksin gave Alexander Lukashenko’s security services vehicles worth around $1.7 million.
29 Nov 2021
Ales Yarashevich, Aliaksei Karpeka, Olga Ratmirova (Belarusian Investigative Center) and Šarūnas Černiauskas (Siena)

Ex-Prison Warden in Lithuania Struck $1M Deal with Sanctioned Belarusian State Truckmaker

A former prison warden from Lithuania may have helped the regime of Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko dodge sanctions by benefitting from a $1.1 million deal to export ...
25 Nov 2021
Sarunas Cerniauskas (Siena.lt), Ales Yarashevich (Belarusian Investigative Center), and Migle Kranceviciute (Siena.lt)

Nominate Your Pick for Most Corrupt Person of the Year

OCCRP recently opened nominations for its annual Person of the Year award and has been flooded with worthy candidates. There’s still time if you have a suggestion. ...
23 Nov 2021
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Offshore Documents Show Ukrainian Ex-Tax Boss Linked to Car-Smuggling Case

Newly uncovered company data from the Pandora Papers sheds light on the network behind a smuggling ring in Central Ukraine.
17 Nov 2021
Graham Stack (OCCRP)

Philippine President Duterte’s Former Economic Adviser was a “Drug Lord,” Says Affidavit in New ICC Case

Testimony in a new International Criminal Court (ICC) case corroborates a police report claiming Michael Yang, who is close to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, ran meth labs ...
10 Nov 2021
OCCRP, in partnership with Rappler

Japan Tobacco International Making a Mint by Circumventing Menthol Cigarette Ban

One of the world’s largest cigarette companies, Japan Tobacco International, has been systematically skirting Europe’s effort to ban menthol-flavored cigarettes by introducing new products that secretly contain ...
2 Nov 2021
Andrei Ciurcanu (OCCRP) and Alessia Cerantola (OCCRP)

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