The Town of Paradise: Russia’s PM and Other Top Officials Living in Ples
Looking for St. Petersburg governor’s dacha, found undeclared property of a Federation Council member
Ruthenium-106 As Tool Against Social Risks
Is Mayak’s state contract for information services worth 43 million rubles after a possible leak of ruthenium a coincidence?
Jet Lag: Paradise Papers Reveal Avia Business of Russian Football Union Finance Head
Sanctions for Babakov and Rostech? What about the aircraft business?
"Not many people helped me": Sergey Lavrov's daughter on her life and career
Columbia University in New York, rich husband and art business, what does Lavrov’s daughter do while her dad struggles with “American partners”?
Paradise Papers: Usmanov, Milner, Sechin's ex-Wife and the US Minister
Paradise Papers: the new leakage of offshore documents, in detail.
Moscow Luxury Suburbs: The Richest Inhabitants of Skolkovo on Map
The Skolkovo settlement is a place in the Moscow suburbs where officials are neighbouring with businessmen from the Forbes list.
The Love Nest: What St. Petersburg Governor and His Family Own?
A house next to the ones of Prosecutor General Chaika, Ksenia Sobchak’s mother and Foreign Minister Lavrov. Haven't also forgotten about the children.
Corruptistan: MTS and VimpelCom telecommunication providers and the kick backs
A story about international companies being punished for bribes (it actually happens!)
Kazan Rublyovka: Who Lives in the Elite Village
Next to the president of Tatarstan’s land plot, his relatives and officials from his close circle bought land plots as well
Ataman: artificially created village of the Cossacks in Kuban
Potemkin village for state employees, where some have built houses, others are working or are "resting," in the Cossack village by force
Laundromat 2.0: The Most Important OCCRP Investigations
Who of the Russians is involved in the "Azerbaijani laundromat"?
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.
Corruption weekly: August 28 – September 1
Our weekly digest of the most important media investigations
The Shchyolkovskaya Gang - Murderers and Animal Sellers
A long story of «Shchyolkovskaya» OCG — what is its leader doing now?
What Does the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Own?
Sanctions are sanctions, the MFA still has a golf course and is working with Americans.
How to win a Presidential Grant: Be on the Jury
Conflicts of interest are bad, even when the money goes to good purposes.
Raising the Curtain on the State Theater Budget
A corruption schemes in theaters which investigators haven’t noticed
World of Yachts: Russian Officials on Summer Vacation
It’s cold in Moscow - but who cares when you sailing on a yacht?
Apostol's Astroturfing Twitter Bots
How a former employee of the “Evil Empire” profited from state contracts for Twitter bots, PR for state officials and deals relating to Rostekh
Propagandists Do Not Grow on Trees: A Look into Novorussia's Capital Flows
Popular propaganda resources of “Novorossiya”: where did the money come from?
Follow the billions invested into a Crimean Children's Camp
Putin’s friends, the owner of GUM owner and a minor official are reviving a dream of a children's camp.