Jole Figliomeni is the key player in the West Africa’s cocaine trail that from South America through Ivory Coast falls in the hands of the ‘Ndrangheta in Antwerp.
A new leak of confidential records reveals the financial hideaways of iconic brands and power brokers across the political spectrum.
How the Italian mafia is at home in the Netherlands by using the largest flower market worldwide.
The EU has deep pockets when it comes to security. The price we pay to protect Europeans.
The Martiradonna family’s alleged franchise in the UK and Malta.
Court documents reveal that fruit from two food giants on UK supermarket shelves was picked by workers in southern Italy under ‘conditions of absolute exploitation’.
Key to the investigations were Angelo Romeo, a drug trafficker and member of the Alvaro clan and his Rome contact, cocaine broker Mauro De Bernardis.
Italian journalist Paolo Borrometi was forced to move to Rome from Sicily because of threats connected with his reporting on organized crime. Borrometi’s story is far from unique.
Rocco Morabito, 51, was one of those ‘Ndrangheta members who were good enough in trafficking cocaine from Latin America to Europe without being caught for decades.
Dressed in shorts and acting as tourists, agents kept their eyes peeled on the villa for a whole week, carefully following the moves of the woman who was taking care of the old lady living there.
From Calabria, the ‘Ndrangheta stretches its tentacles throughout Europe. We tell the story of a police operation that led to the bust of 116 of its alleged members and how ‘Ndrangheta operates a state within a state.
The Legal Assistance Office of Ossigeno has taken over the defense of freelance Lorenzo Bagnoli and Lorenzo Bodrero, authors of an article on L’Espresso.
For over nine months, reporters from OCCRP and Slidstvo.Info conducted their own investigation, both into the murder of Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet and into the police probe – and recorded every step of the way. “Killing Pavel” is the result of these efforts.
A convicted terrorist with links to alleged Italian mafiosi has been allowed to continue with his luxurious life in London after a judge said extradition would breach his human rights.
The Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI), a centre for investigative journalism based in Italy, is one of the winners of Google’s Digital News Initiative and will receive funding for its new project “Mafia Files”. The fund, in its second edition, encourages...
Journalists oppose EU Parliament in Court, reiterate their request for MEPs’ expenses to be made public
Journalists call EU Parliament ’s reasons for refusing to disclose documentation about MEPs’ expenses disappointing.
For the first time ever journalists representing all European member states have teamed up to file complaints with the European Court of Justice against the European Parliament (EP). The institution refused to grant the journalists’ requests for access to information...
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