September 17, 2019

Court proceedings initiated by Minister Nenad Popovic have been completed in KRIK’s favour

Serbia’s Minister without portfolio Nenad Popovic has withdrawn three libel cases he filed against the Belgrade-based investigative outlet KRIK, while the court dismissed the fourth.  Popovic sued KRIK over stories that revealed his network of offshore companies in Cyprus and the British Virgin Islands. The outlet cited data from the […]
September 16, 2019

KRIK won EU Investigative Journalism Award

KRIK’s story How Serbia’s Health Minister Helped a Criminal Avoid Trial written by our journalist Dragana Peco and editor Stevan Dojcinovic has won the EU Award for the best investigative story in Serbia in 2018. This investigation clearly demonstrated strong ties between Minister Zlatibor Loncar and notorious Zemun clan.  “The authors were […]
July 24, 2019

Pro-Government Tabloid Launched Another Media Attack Against KRIK

On Monday portal KRIK published a story about Predrag Mali, brother of Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali, in which we proved that he has been using apartment and a car owned by „Millennium team“, a private company engaged in numerous state-funded projects. On the same day pro-government tabloid „Serbian Telegraph“ […]
June 25, 2019

New Details About Serbian Mafia’s Ties to Politicians Revealed

The retired head of Serbia’s Criminal Police confirmed years-long rumors about the complex ties between the country’s police, politicians, and criminal groups in an exclusive interview with KRIK and NIN, published Thursday. Rodoljub Milovic spoke about the rivalry between two of Belgrade’s most prominent mafia groups and their ties to the […]
May 22, 2019

Stevan Dojcinovic Honored with Knight International Journalism Award

The founder and editor in chief of the Crime and Corruption Reporting Network – KRIK and OCCRP regional editor Stevan Dojcinovic has been named one of the two recipients of the prestigious Knight International Journalism Award, the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) announced on Tuesday. The award will be handed to […]
April 27, 2019

Happy Birthday, Panama Papers! And Why it Still Matters

By Will Fitzgibbon, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists – ICIJ 3 April was the third anniversary of the Panama Papers investigation. We certainly celebrated at the Washington D.C. office of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. As a quick recap, the Panama Papers was a huge investigation by journalists who […]
March 3, 2019

Bitter fruit

Written by: Matthew Caruana Galizia There are a number of things that my brothers and I no longer have patience for after our mother, the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, was assassinated in a car bomb attack in Malta on October 16, 2017. The first is small talk and the second […]
February 17, 2019

Corruption Vs Laundering

By Stelios Orphanides When it comes to corruption, perceptions can sometime vary from country to country. It became obvious to me when I was reporting last year working for the Cyprus Mail. I was looking at information about Transparency International cancelling its cooperation with its Cyprus chapter. The more I […]
December 30, 2018

Bank That Enabled Money Laundering Wins OCCRP’s Top Crime Prize

Source: OCCRP A €230 billion money laundering scandal put Danske Bank ahead of a record 22 other contenders to win the 2019 Corrupt Actor of the Year award from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. For the past seven years, the non-profit media organization has spotlighted the individual or […]
December 5, 2018

Saric Case: from International Investigation to Second Judgement

The judgement for smuggling nearly six tons of cocaine will be pronounced to Darko Saric and members of his group on Monday. On that occasion, KRIK summarises key moments of the case, details of the investigation and trial, and points to key controversies that have followed the case in the […]

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