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  • US and Russia Spar Over Accused Crypto-Launderer

    A tug-of-war over a Russian citizen detained in Greece sheds light on a global struggle over policing the multi-billion-dollar cryptocurrency sector.


  • Putin's Friend Receives State Funding to Combat Corruption

    Arkady Rotenberg, a childhood friend of Vladimir Putin, won a state contract last week to conduct anti-corruption training and civil-society development across the country.

  • Putin Critic Bill Browder Released After Arrest in Spain

    A prominent critic of Vladimir Putin, Bill Browder, was arrested in Spain under a Russian Interpol warrant on Wednesday but quickly released, according to his Twitter account.

  • Russian Billionaire Held on Embezzlement Charges

    Russian billionaire Ziyavudin Magomedov was arrested Saturday for embezzling US$44million, Radio Free Europe reports.

  • Anonymous Generosity: the Foundations Sponsoring Putin’s Re-Election

    Russian President Vladimir Putin may be running for reelection as an independent candidate, at least officially — but his electoral campaign is wholly funded by the ruling United Russia party and 22 affiliated foundations. They have contributed the entire 400 million rubles (US$ 7 million) that any candidate can legally spend on the election.

    Photo by: Edin Pasovic / OCCRPVladimir Putin is running as an independent candidate in Russia's presidential elections — but donations to his campaign link back to familiar faces from the Russian elite, including those from the country's ruling United Russia party. Photo by: Edin Pasovic / OCCRP

  • The Ups and Downs of a Russian Anti-Doping Whistleblower

    Dressed in gray coats with white scarves, Russian athletes marched into South Korea’s Pyeongchang Stadium carrying the Olympic flag instead of their own.

    Russian athletes enter the stadium at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, 9 February 2018. (Photo (c): Daniel Karmann / Picture-Alliance / DPA / AP Images.)Russian athletes enter the stadium at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, 9 February 2018. (Photo (c): Daniel Karmann / Picture-Alliance / DPA / AP Images.)

  • Putin and the Proxies


    A Novaya Gazeta and OCCRP investigation looks into the wealth surrounding Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  • Firm Linked to Putin Friend Smoothed Path for BP in Russia

    If you want to do business in Moscow, it helps to hire a pal of President Vladimir Putin.

    That’s the conclusion reached by investigators for Transparency International-Russia, who looked into one of the biggest deals in that country’s history: BP’s 2013 sale of its stake in Russia’s third-largest oil company to state-owned oil giant Rosneft for a hefty amount of Rosneft shares and $12.5 billion in cash.

    A BP station in Moscow. (Photo: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov)A BP station in Moscow. (Photo: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov)

  • Russian Oligarch to be Charged with Organizing Crime Group

    A St. Petersburg billionaire accused of alcohol smuggling may face new charges, this time for running an organized crime group which embezzled public funds during construction work at Putin’s palace near Moscow, Rosbalt reported Sunday.

  • Latvian allegedly helped Le Pen’s Party obtain Russian Loan

    A Latvian-based consultant, who has managed the offshores of Russian politicians, has met with at least two high-ranking officials of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen to discuss her party’s options for a Russian loan, media said Tuesday.

  • New Husband of Putin's Ex-Wife Buys Posh Villa in South of France

    When Lyudmila Putin, 59, divorced Russian President Vladimir Putin and married the director of a Russian non-profit organization, she might have expected that her days of living in opulent luxury were over.

    The villa purchased by Artur Ocheretny. (Wikipedia.org. User: TONIODELBARRIO6464)The villa purchased by Artur Ocheretny. (Wikipedia.org. User: TONIODELBARRIO6464)

  • Russia: Opposition Leader Navalny Jailed After Anti-Corruption Protests

    A court in Moscow sentenced on Monday Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to 15 days in prison and fined him 20,000 roubles (US$ 350) a day after he was arrested during anti-government protests that took place throughout the country.

  • Putin Critic Shot Dead in Ukraine

    Former Russian lawmaker and Putin critic Denis Voronenkov was shot dead Thursday morning on a busy street in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, according to Ukrainian authorities.

  • Russian Court Convicts Alexei Navalny, Blocking Him From Running Against Putin in 2018

    A Russian court on Wednesday found opposition leader Alexei Navalny guilty in the re-trial of a longstanding corruption case and blocked him from running against President Vladimir Putin in 2018, local media reported.

  • Pals Prosper from Proximity to Putin’s Power

    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, East Germany, in the 1980s.

    prohub-skyscraper-moscowSkyscraper in the Moscow-city business district. (Photo by: KRO)

  • A Related Party and a Criminal Case

    Mayya Bolotova is not the only person from Tokarev’s inner circle who is attracted to Cyprus. Michail Arustamov, who for many years worked as Tokarev’s deputy and is described as a person close to Tokarev’s family, has an address in Cyprus as well, in the same town of Limassol.

  • Clan Obiang: The Eastern European Network of an African Dictator

    Credit: Austėja Usavičiūtė / 15min.ltCredit: Austėja Usavičiūtė / 15min.lt

    Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the world’s longest-serving president, rules oil-rich Equatorial Guinea with an iron hand. The tiny country halfway down the west coast of Africa is considered one of the 15 most corrupt states in the world, according to Transparency International.

  • Russia: Grandmother of Putin’s Reputed Girlfriend Reportedly Received Apartments

    Businessmen close to Russian President Vladimir Putin transfered apartments in historic areas of Moscow and St Petersburg to the grandmother of a woman reputed to be the premier’s girlfriend, Russia’s TV Rain reported Monday.

  • Russia / Ukraine: US Sanctions Hit Putin’s Crimea Bridge

    The US Treasury on Thursday sanctioned 37 people and entitieslinked to Russia and Ukraine – including companies connected to a bridge championed by President Vladimir Putin – in an effort to beat the busting of sanctions imposed on Russia after it annexed Crimea in 2014.

  • Russia: Banking on Influence


    Russian President Vladimir Putin insists that while the Panama Papers stories published by OCCRP and its partner Novaya Gazeta are correct, they show no corruption or illegal activity on his part. Putin has called the stories a Western plot to destabilize his regime.

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