A Fractured Olympic Fairy Tale
Over the past 15 years, a lottery created to fund Lithuania’s Olympic athletes has outsourced more and more functions — and profits — to...
Over the past 15 years, a lottery created to fund Lithuania’s Olympic athletes has outsourced more and more functions — and profits — to private companies founded by lottery executives.
A $1.35 million watch was stolen from the son of an Azerbaijani official. First they denied it happened at all. Now they’re denying the watch was his. But the new story doesn’t add up either.
An Azeri community in Tbilisi is riven by the drug trade.
Nikolai Nikolaev has portrayed himself as a friend of the Tajikistani opposition, a human rights activist, and a vocal critic of Russian government. So why do activists he befriends keep disappearing?
Sharofiddin Gadoev was a successful businessman, then an opposition activist, then a refugee in hiding. This is the story of his kidnapping in Moscow, his torture at the hands of Tajikistani authorities, and his escape.
Montenegro aspires to join the EU. But banking documents from the Troika Laundromat show that the country is a destination for millions of illicit dollars from Russia — and expose how the money was moved.
How a Mexican narco-trafficker found safe haven on Bolivian cattle ranches.
Cyprus attorney Kypros Chrysostomides, aka Dr. K, served as the fix-it man for disgraced U.S. lobbyist Paul Manafort. But his business interests extend much further than that.
In Riga’s largest market, expired food is relabeled and sold with almost no consequences.
Around the world, journalists investigating the environmental and human impact of the mining industry are facing threats, harassment and violence. OCCRP and Forbidden Stories – a consortium of 40 journalists in 15 countries – takes a look at examples from three continents, in Guatemala, Tanzania, and India.
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