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Massive Leak Exposes Illegal Offshore Accounts

86 journalists from 46 countries worked together and exposed how billions are hidden from national authorities on offshore accounts. The investigation, published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, covers thousands of names and documents and is expected to put pressure on politicians in many countries.
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Ivory Coast: What happened to the weapons of Gbagbo


In the eager preparation of the war, tons of weapons and ammunition were stored by the belligerent forces everywhere on the territory in deplorable conditions. Exposed to heat and lack of maintenance, these machines of death threaten the people’s security, and especially, the residents living around the camps and military barracks.
By Jean-Roche Kouamé
Published June 25, ... Read More »


SCOOP is a network and support structure for investigative journalists. SCOOP supports investigative journalism and provides national and international networks for media professionals who are conducting investigations. Since 2003 SCOOP has supported several hundred investigations and facilitated national and international contacts between journalists to investigate across borders and share experiences.
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