October 4, 2021
The victims of Sudan's thirst for oil
By: Mohamed Farhat & Nada Farouk Abdel Watch the french version here. In Sudan’s West Kordofan state, which contains one of the country's largest oil reserves, oil production has led to a serious health crisis. Due ...
August 2, 2021
This page presents the data-based investigations written by the trainees of the first edition of the program. A large number of investigations is expected to be produced by the graduates of the second edition of the diploma program over the next few months.
May 5, 2021
Vaccine Failure Spreads in Pandemic-Stricken Arab Region
In Lebanon, the state is “not offering a cure to the helpless groups”; Palestine offers it to those who “count as important”; In Jordan, a debate arises about the fairness of the distribution of the vaccine while in Egypt people are expected to pay for the vaccine. Finally, in the Kingdom of Bahrain the vaccine is not reaching undocumented migrant workers despite its abundant supply.
September 20, 2020
Saudi Aramco’s Dealings with Dodgy Competitor
The banking documents obtained by BuzzFeed News and shared with ICIJ, ARIJ and other media partners, now being reported as the FinCEN Files, reveal mysterious bank transfers sent from Brazil's Petrobras to Saudi Aramco at the height of the Brazilian company's biggest corruption scandal.
June 30, 2020
The Yemen War: Buying Loyalty with Military Ranks
The investigation documents how the internationally-recognised government of Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi and the Houthi authority are violating Yemeni laws and military hierarchies by unjustly promoting civilians to senior military ranks in return for party allegiance.