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The Armenian Laundromat

  • Corruption
  • Finance
  • Tax evasion

YEREVAN - Since 2017, nearly 100 Armenian citizens have served as proxy directors for a network of companies that have been used by prominent Eastern European oligarchs to move millions of dollars, shift assets from shuttered banks abroad, and pay for lobbying services in the United States.

Eunice street

  • Trafficking
  • Human Rights
  • Exploitation

BRUSSELS - How Nigerian girls are forced into Belgian prostitution. In 2018, 21-year-old Eunice Osayande is murdered on the streets of Brussels. The Nigerian woman was smuggled into Belgium with the false promise of becoming a hairdresser here and having a better life than in Nigeria.

Nigeria: Illegal crude oil mining, death, pollution, and land degradation caused by TotalEnergies

ODUOHA - This story focuses on Total's oil and gas exploration activities in Nigeria (Rivers State) that have allegedly resulted in death, environmental damage, and farmlands destruction.

Climate neutrality - for whom?

KIGALI - A research in Rwanda shows that "CO2 compensation projects" are often unverifiable, the ecological added value is more than questionable, and climate (in)justice is not just a political fighting term, but a life-threatening reality in East Africa.

Environmental campaigners ‘spied on’ ahead of Sadiq Khan event

  • Environment
  • Industry

openDemocracy revealed that environmental campaigners were ‘spied on’ ahead of a London mayor event at the O2 arena

Czech Engineering Tycoons' Business in Latvia

  • Corruption
  • Technology

RIGA - From Trams through Pharmaceuticals to Renewable Energy: Czech millionaire Tomáš Krsek is a well-known investor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist with a known fortune of €436 million (2021). 

AS Latvijas Mediji

Freezing Mubarak and Ben Ali’s Assets: Many Violations, Few Results

  • Corruption
  • Politics

CAIRO/TUNIS - Despite sanctions on the late Arab dictators Hosni Mubarak and Zine el-Abdine Ben Ali, their clans and allies still own French property worth millions, casting doubts on the effectiveness of these sanctions. Recovering Egypt’s and Tunisia’s stolen wealth remains elusive.

ArcelorMittal carcinogenic pollution

FOS-SUR-MER - The world’s steel leader ArcelorMittal has exceeded several pollution limits authorized by European, Italian and French law for a decade. Meanwhile, the multinationale headquartered in Luxembourg has received billions euros of public funds and indirect subsidies.

Arcelormittal Carcinogenic pollution

SIAT’s Land Grabbings in West Africa: Social and Environmental Damage

  • Agriculture
  • Environment
  • Exploitation

PRIKRO The presence of SIAT, a Belgian company specialised in palm oil and rubber production, in Côte d’Ivoire and Nigeria, comes with a significant socio-economic and environmental cost for the local communities. With the support of the national governments, the company is causing social division, food scarcity and restlessness. The locals are fighting back, reclaiming their lands both at the national and international levels.

Femmes à abattre

  • Armed conflict
  • Organised crime
  • Security

BRUSSEL - These women weren’t leading  the same battles, walking in the same streets or speaking in the same forums. Yet they were all victims of the same crime:  political feminicide.