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EU on the cusp of extractive transparency reforms

A newly discovered diamond field in Cameroon might contain as many as 250 million carats – 2.5 times the total world output of diamonds in 2007. The nearby village of Mparo, meanwhile, lacks running water, asphalt roads or telephones. Its mud-brick schools lack benches or books, No electricity flows through its power lines. An electrification […]

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Kikulacho. The Bite Within

Documenting corruption: Top 5 documentaries

On Monday, I’ve asked our twitter followers about documentaries from the last two years that are loosely related to corruption and got some really good suggestions already. I am looking forward to watching them! The top one’s according to you I would like to share here, in no particular order. Living with corruption, Sorious Samura. […]

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