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German police seize bank records in Luanda Leaks brewery probe (ven., 05 juin 2020)
Police searched the headquarters of a state-owned bank as part of a criminal investigation into a $55 million loan to a brewery owned by Isabel dos Santos. The post German police seize bank records in Luanda Leaks brewery probe appeared first on ICIJ.
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US blacklists Chinese companies linked to Uighur abuses (Fri, 29 May 2020)
Two U.S. government bodies have imposed new sanctions against Chinese officials and companies, but experts say the rules are being circumvented. The post US blacklists Chinese companies linked to Uighur abuses appeared first on ICIJ.
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Senegal nixes ‘unbalanced’ tax treaty with Mauritius (Tue, 26 May 2020)
One of West Africa’s largest economies has torn up its agreement with Mauritius as debate rages over the tax haven’s impact on developing countries. The post Senegal nixes ‘unbalanced’ tax treaty with Mauritius appeared first on ICIJ.
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EU ‘dirty money’ action plan faces resistance, criticism (Fri, 22 May 2020)
The European Commission wants to create a central authority to tackle money laundering, but some EU members are rebelling against the plan. The post EU ‘dirty money’ action plan faces resistance, criticism appeared first on ICIJ.
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FDA warns Allergan over breast implant studies (Tue, 19 May 2020)
US health authorities have issued a warning letter to leading global manufacturer, Allergan, for failing to properly carry post-market safety studies. The post FDA warns Allergan over breast implant studies appeared first on ICIJ.
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Worker safety program slashes rates of chronic kidney disease (Mon, 18 May 2020)
As the coronavirus sweeps across the world, a new study offers signs of a breakthrough in stopping another deadly epidemic. The post Worker safety program slashes rates of chronic kidney disease appeared first on ICIJ.
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US Senate approves bill to punish China over Uighur rights (Fri, 15 May 2020)
If enacted the bill would give the Trump Administration 180 days to report Chinese officials responsible for mass internment camps and other abuses in Xinjiang The post US Senate approves bill to punish China over Uighur rights appeared first on ICIJ.
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‘Everyone is doing badly’, anti-money laundering czar warns (Mon, 11 May 2020)
The man in charge of stopping criminals from laundering money has a scathing report of the world’s progress. The post ‘Everyone is doing badly’, anti-money laundering czar warns appeared first on ICIJ.
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Meet the Investigators: World Press Freedom Day 2020 (Sun, 03 May 2020)
An ICIJ Insider exclusive: a short podcast to connect you with the reporters we work with every day The post Meet the Investigators: World Press Freedom Day 2020 appeared first on ICIJ.
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Oil giant Eni to pay millions over ‘sham contracts’ in Panama Papers bribery case (Thu, 23 Apr 2020)
U.S. regulators settled a major corruption case with the Italian oil company that allegedly bribed Algerian politicians through a middleman who controlled a constellation of shell companies. The post Oil giant Eni to pay millions over ‘sham contracts’ in Panama Papers bribery case appeared first on ICIJ.
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