Zagreb sold a record amount of aging weapons and ammunition to Saudi Arabia in 2016, ignoring evidence the arms are regularly being diverted to Syria....
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A secretive VIP jet charter business that may have helped officials flee Ukraine as the government of Viktor Yanukovych collapsed appears closely linked to the business empire of ...
On the night of Oct. 13, 2016, Aleksandar Stankovic’s car pulled toward an intersection in Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, sliding to a halt beside a darkened BMW where two ...
Minutes after being saved by the crew of the rescue vessel Topaz Responder in late November, Mohamed , an asylum seeker from Cote d’Ivoire collapsed on the deck ...
Khadija Ismayilova in Baku studio
Khadija Ismayilova began her video conference to a room of parliamentarians in Brussels by apologizing to the people of her Baku neighborhood ...
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has been named 2016’s Person of the Year by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). The award recognizes the individual who has ...
Nikolay Tokarev, a major general in the Russian secret service, is a long-time associate of Vladimir Putin. Tokarev, 65, and Putin served as KGB agents together in Dresden, ...
Tamas Bodoky, editor-in-chief of the Hungarian media watchdog and independent journalism outlet Atlatszo, has won the 2015 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Award for Digital Activism.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project is proud to launch its new, secure whistleblowing platform OCCRP Leaks today.
Djordjina Marovic, wife of a top Montenegrin official, had US$3.8 million in an account in the Swiss Bank HSBC, according to leaked documents.
shortlist includes two OCCRP investigations.The European Press Prize's annual European Awards for Journalism
A puff piece in the Washington Times says we should enfold tolerant Azerbaijan in a friendly hug. But, writes OCCRP's Rosemary Armao, Rep. Dan Burton's article is an affront to the people of Azerbaijan, who suffer increasingly under a repressive regime
Vladimir Putin has been named the 2014 Person of the Year by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an award given annually to the person who does the most to enable and promote organized criminal activity.
Investigative Reporting Project Italy
Early in the morning of Dec. 2, the Carabinieri (Italian national military police) arrested 37 people and launched investigations against 100 others, a number that is expected to grow.
A Joint Financial Times and OCCRP Investigation
Vasile Frank Timis, a businessman whose activities in the mining sector in Romania ignited some of the biggest scandals around mineral resources exploitation in the country, finds himself at the center of a new scandal involving substantial payments related to a mining investment in West Africa.
Rashad Abdullayev is one busy 21-year-old.
At an age when many Azerbaijani youths would be happy to land entry-level jobs, he has amassed an impressive resume and an even more impressive portfolio of companies.
By Nino Bakradze
You don’t have to go to Southeast Asia to find sweatshops where workers toil under harsh conditions to make clothing for rich Western consumers. A reporter for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) posing as a textile worker found such conditions in the Republic of Georgia.
Conditions are ripe for abuse in the country of 4-plus million which has no separate labor ministry, no labor inspectors, and an embarrassingly low minimum wage, yet OCCRP found two Kutaisi textile factories that manage to break what labor laws do exist.
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