Pandora Papers: a historic moment for journalism
The ICIJ investigation, involving 600 journalists from 150 media outlets.
The investigation was carried out by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and it reveals the involvement of 35 current and former world leaders, more than 330 politicians and public officials, and 29 000 top financial figures in 91 countries, in offshore dealings.
It is the biggest investigation in the history of journalism, led by a team of 600 journalists from 150 media outlets.
The 150 news agencies that participated in the investigation include the Washington Post, the BBC, the Guardian, Radio France, Radio France, Oštro Croatia, the Indian Express, The Standard of Zimbabwe, Le Desk of Morocco and Diario El Universo of Ecuador.
It took an international team of 600 journalists and almost 2 years of work because the 14 offshore providers from which the leaked documents originated are based all over the world, from the Caribbean to the Persian Gulf and the South China Sea.