ICIJ publishes final batch of Pandora Papers data on more than 9,000 offshore companies, trusts and foundations
Pop Art Visionary Marisol Was All But Forgotten. Now, a New Exhibition Places Her on Equal Footing With Her Pal Andy Warhol
A project to track down and catalogue the vast wealth held outside Russia by oligarchs and key figures close to Russian President
Russia has been accused by Britain, the US, France, Albania, Ireland and Norway of war crimes in Ukraine
The IPCC’s latest report, with warnings for supply chains and food security, may be the most suspense-filled document in human history
“unique and threatened ecosystems” (bleached coral reefs and vanishing alpine glaciers) and “large-scale singular events” (the collapse of West Antarctic ice sheets, or the Amazon’s turning into savannah).
The Wagner Group is said to be used by the Russian government in conflicts where plausible deniability is called for. The use of these mercenaries - described as "ghost soldiers" - also allows Russia more secrecy about its military operations abroad and the number of losses.
Holodomor, an engineered famine that killed anywhere from 4 to 10 million people in Ukraine during a single winter
Brazil Is Among Worst in Ranking of Countries Based on Environmental, Social and Anti-Corruption Indicators
Firm action to prevent portuguese police ill-treatment and ensure that cases are effectively investigated
An investigation in Spain is revealing how the Portuguese taxpayer has been ripped off for years by overpaying for aerial support services for firefighting teams
Scientists attribute the global warming trend observed since the mid-20 century to the human expansion of the "greenhouse effect" — warming that results when the atmosphere traps heat radiating from Earth toward space.
Dza Wonpo in eastern Tibet has been the target of intensive surveillance, arbitrary arrests and searches
An Afghan woman was reportedly set on fire by Taliban fighters because they were dissatisfied with her cooking amid a wave of capricious attacks as the Islamists revel in their victory. The alleged incident described by an Afghan judge comes after the group attacked people waving the Afghan flag and a Germany charity was forced to close after Islamists went door to door hunting journalists and interpreters.