Journalists of the month: ICIJ’s Fatal Extraction team

A group of African journalists recently collaborated on an ICIJ project that uncovered Australian mining companies' alleged abuses across Africa. They told IJNet about their experiences.

Sam Berkhead | November 24, 2015

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