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THE LUMUMBA PAPERS

The Corruption Kongo, a Repetition of History PPLAF (a platform designed to help human rights defenders and journalists) published an investigation about how the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and people within his close circle control the entire economy through a network of companies. Xenia Palchun translated it specifically for Russiangate. A story of Lumumba papers 2010 – October The Gabonese bank BGFI Bank Group S.A. opens a subsidiary in the Democratic Republic of Congo...
09/08/2017

Rostov on Fire: Get out or Burn Down

We checked every corner of the burnt down area and found out who benefits from the fire. On August 21, around noon, in the center of Rostov-on-Don, a district of private houses burned down. Local residents blame the construction companies for the arson of 123 buildings. Authorities also have not excluded arson. Mikhail Shubin went to Rostov-on-Don and learned the details of what happened. Smoldering Stones Teatralnaya Square is the heart of Rostov-on-Don and is filled with cafes, restaurants...
09/05/2017

Corruption weekly: August 28 – September 1

Our weekly digest of the most important media investigations August 28 Novaya Gazeta told how Igor Sechin's associate and the former head of Rosneft Eduard Khudainatov built his business with the help of the state company. His little-known firm "Fort" received land ​​totaling more ...
09/04/2017

The Shchyolkovskaya Gang - Murderers and Animal Sellers

A long story of «Shchyolkovskaya» OCG — what is its leader doing now? The beginning of «Shchyolkovskaya» Alexander Valentinovich Matusov, nicknamed "Basmach" and the leader of the Shchyolkovskaya organized crime gang, was born in 1962 in the Moscow region. During the Soviet era, Matusow lived in the village of Biokombinat in the Shchelkovsky district. This was the starting point of his career as a criminal authority. There he began to enter the underworld as the leader of the Shchyolkovskaya...
08/31/2017

Cheap Side Effects

The Soviet Era Drugs Forced on Children at Psychiatric Hospitals Patients at Russian psychoneurological boarding schools and hospitals are still prescribed strong psychotropic drugs with severe side effects, often for "disciplinary" purposes. Sofia Savina looked into the scale of the government’s procurement of "medicines," which dissidents in the USSR were tortured with. “Vegetable” medicine "You do not want to live anymore. Everything becomes gray, there is an irresistible...
08/29/2017

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