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  • Bosnian Police Official Faces Suspension for Threatening Reporters

    The Interior Minister of one of the two regions that comprise Bosnia and Herzegovina called on Friday for the immediate suspension of one of his subordinates after he attacked two investigative journalists who were seeking a comment from him about his illegal real estate purchases.

  • Judge Orders Equatorial Guinea’s Power Broker to Apologize to Journalist

    A judge ordered one of Equatorial Guinea’s most influential lawyers, NJ Ayuk, to apologize and retract a series of defamatory statements he made against Delfin Mochache Massoko, a journalist who partnered with OCCRP on an investigation that exposed how millions of dollars were allegedly siphoned in bribes by the country's oil minister. 

  • Equatoguinean Reporter Threatened over OCCRP Investigation

    Equatoguinean journalist and OCCRP contributor Delfin Mochache Massoko has received a series of threats after recently publishing an investigation exposing that his country’s oil minister allegedly siphoned off millions of euros of state money from a construction project. 

  • Cars in Turkmenistan: Reserves of the Elite

    While ordinary people inTurkmenistan, one of the world’s most closed-off societies, are not expected to own luxurious cars, the local elite, mostly relatives of the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, are excused.

  • Senior Editor of Serbian CINS Receives Threats

    A lawyer from the Independent Journalists Association of Serbia (NUNS) filed a criminal complaint with the Special Prosecutor’s Office for High-Tech Crime against a person who sent threats to the Editor-in-Chief of the Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS).

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