International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

The head of Mossack Fonseca said his firm had fallen victim to "an international campaign against privacy."
The World Bank has denied responsibility for the violent evictions of an indigenous group by a major client, the Ethiopian
Ethiopian officials who carried out the villagization program “always went with armed policemen and soldiers,” Kurimoto said
Landlocked European duchy a “magical fairyland” for brand-name corporations seeking to make tax bills disappear
It is now clear that anti-corruption efforts are always going to be politics masquerading as reform. Repression of information and web attacks on critics is business as usual. And Western companies are learning that the tong method of negotiation is not pretty.
If you have any firsthand information about a company, an organization or a person named in the ICIJ’s database, we want
Hermitage’s investigation was led by a Moscow-based lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky. Magnitsky Affair Last year at an offshore industry
The rich snicker as the vast majority of Americans are so distracted they don't focus on record corporate profits, on record low corporate tax payments or on lobbyists buying tax breaks for corporations and loopholes for offshore accounts.
A lawyer for Montes, Elliot Greenfield, did not return emails and calls from ICIJ seeking comment on the allegations against
After an International Consortium of Investigative Journalists exposé about paramilitaries involvement in the coltan trade, Colombia is moving to curb illegal mining of the highly sought after mineral.