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Founders of Panama Papers Law Firm Arrested on Money Laundering Charges

Police in Panama arrested the founders of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers scandal, on money laundering charges Thursday after authorities raided the firm’s headquarters as part of investigations into Brazil’s largest-ever bribery scandal.

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Tax Agencies Draw Up ‘Target List’ of Offshore Enablers

Tax agencies from 30 countries convened in Paris this week to take part in the largest ever simultaneous exchange of tax information and to share results and details on thousands of investigations sparked by the Panama Papers.

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Panama’s Revolving Door Shows Global Challenge of Offshore Reform

In a country where top-drawer lawyers move freely between high government posts and law firms selling secrecy-cloaked shell companies, bringing lasting change to the offshore industry is a challenge.

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Journalists Hang Tough in Face of Backlash Against Panama Papers Reporting

Reporters have faced consequences both in nations where media crackdowns are common and also in nations with reputations for high levels of press freedom.

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Panama Papers Have Had Historic Global Effects — and the Impacts Keep Coming

The investigation has produced an almost daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls by politicians and activists for more action to combat offshore financial secrecy.

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BVI Hits Mossack Fonseca With Largest Fine Ever After Panama Papers Investigation

The $440,000 penalty followed a six-month investigation which included on-site compliance inspections and the appointment of an officer to monitor Mossack Fonseca's operations.

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Experts Who Quit Panama's Transparency Commission Produce Their Own Report

Report's authors say that the U.S. and EU have the power to force other nations to embrace transparency reforms by threatening to cut off access to their financial systems.

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Pakistan's PM Responds to Supreme Court Hearing on Panama Papers

Nawaz Sharif defended himself before the nation’s highest court, as opposition supporters celebrated in Islamabad.

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Panama Hires PR Firm Amid Ongoing Panama Papers Fallout

A PR firm is being paid $50,000 a month to help the Panama government, while arrests, protests and more continue around the world.

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Hedge Fund Sues Mossack Fonseca For Alleged Obstruction of Justice in Nevada

Confidential emails revealed in the Panama Papers have opened a new front in a bitter court battle in Nevada involving a hedge fund led by an American billionaire, new court filings show.

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Experts Quit Panama's Transparency Committee Over Lack of Transparency

The committee was established in the wake of the Panama Papers to probe Panama's financial services industry, but now two out of three international members have resigned.

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Continent of Secrets: Uncovering Africa's Offshore Empires

Africa receives $50 billion of foreign aid money annually, but then loses roughly the same amount through illicit outflows. Can you uncover Africa's offshore empires? Play now!

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Secret Offshore Deals Deprive Africa of Billions in Natural Resource Dollars

The Panama Papers show how politicians and mining, oil and gas interests benefit from secrecy and dubious multimillion dollar transfers.

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Secret Documents Expose Nigerian Oil Mogul’s Offshore Hideaways

A dealmaker’s backstage maneuverings are revealed in the Panama Papers as he hung with celebrities while criminal investigators closed in.

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Diamond Mine with Offshore Ties Leaves Trail of Complaints

The Panama Papers reveal a network of shell companies linked to a mining operation that has been accused of environmental harms and unpaid taxes.

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Out of Africa, Into Tax Havens

As visitors come to see what’s in Africa, some safari operators’ profits head offshore.

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Reporters Warned, Inquiries Opened as African Nations Respond to Panama Papers

Mossack Fonseca targeted clients in Africa for business, but now some of those clients have become targets themselves as authorities launch investigations into the Panama Papers revelations.

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Panama Papers Credited As New EU Anti Money-Laundering And Tax Abuse Rules Proposed

The European Commission has announced it will tighten the European Union’s anti-money laundering rules and increase transparency requirements for companies and trusts.

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Venezuela and Panama To Launch Joint Panama Papers Investigation

The joint investigation will be the "first of its kind," and Venezuela's attorney general has hinted at a long list of suspects.

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European Inquiry to Call UK Chancellor, Mossack Fonseca to Testify

A special 65-member Panama Papers committee of inquiry has been created by the European parliament to investigate potential wrongdoing exposed by ICIJ's investigation.

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Mossack Fonseca's US Operations Under Pressure, Island Offices Closed

Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca’s local affiliate in Nevada has resigned from more than 1,000 companies and paid a penalty to the state amid investigations on multiple fronts.

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US States Under Pressure As World Pushes For Financial Transparency

Nevada, Wyoming and Delaware are facing growing pressure over their lack of corporate transparency, as the United States and the international community continue to respond to fallout from the Panama Papers.

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The Malefactors of Mossack Fonseca

Meet The Dutchman, the Queen of the South, the Boss of Bosses and other convicted felons and alleged wrongdoers who have benefited from services provided by the law firm.

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Panama Papers Include Dozens of Americans Tied to Fraud and Financial Misconduct

Mossack Fonseca's files include offshore companies linked to at least 36 Americans accused of serious financial wrongdoing, including fraud and racketeering.

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Beyond Panama: Unlocking the world’s secrecy jurisdictions

The 21 jurisdictions covered by the Panama Papers data vary from the rolling hills of Wyoming to tropical getaways like the British Virgin Islands. But all have at least one thing in common - secrecy is the rule.

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Panama Papers Source Offers Documents To Governments, Hints At More To Come

The anonymous whistleblower behind the Panama Papers has conditionally offered to make the documents available to government authorities.

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US Officials React to Panama Papers Disclosures With Get-Tough Proposals

The Obama administration has proposed a national registry documenting the real owners of shell companies and other measures aimed at fighting offshore chicanery.

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Iceland’s First Lady Linked to Offshore Investments

Records in the Panama Papers and the Swiss Leaks leaked files tie the wife of Iceland President Ólafur Grímsson to offshore companies and accounts.

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Coming Soon: ICIJ to Release Panama Papers Offshore Companies Data

The database, to be released on May 9, will likely be the largest ever release of secret offshore companies and the people behind them.

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Cartel-Linked Suspects Arrested After Panama Papers Revelations

Uruguayan prosecutors are seeking to bring to trial at least five individuals detained on suspicion of laundering money for a powerful Mexican drug cartel.

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US Prosecutor Opens Investigation Into 'Panama Papers Matters'

ICIJ welcomes the interest from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office, but has made it clear it won't be turning over its data or taking part in any investigation.

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Banks Ordered to Provide Info on Panama Dealings to NY Regulator

More than a dozen banks identified in the Panama Papers investigation have been asked to hand over details of their communications with Mossack Fonseca.

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Art held offshore

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Pakistan's PM Leaves Country, Spanish Minister Resigns

Nawaz Sharif faces growing pressure and calls for his resignation, a Spanish minister has stepped aside, and more governments are pledging reform as fallout from the Panama Papers revelations continues.

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Panama Police Raid Mossack Fonseca As Global Fallout Continues

The search of Mossack Fonseca's Panama headquarters comes after a number of raids and official action taken in response to the Panama Papers revelations.

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Global joint investigation to be proposed at special tax meeting

Tax officials from 28 nations met in Paris to develop a strategy for collaborative action based on Panama Papers revelations.

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British PM Announces New Transparency Measures Following Panama Papers Revelations

David Cameron appeared before parliament on Monday to address concerns about his own links to offshore holdings revealed in the Panama Papers, as well as announce reform aimed at boosting transparency.

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The Art of Secrecy

Locked in the files of a Panama law firm are the answers to mysteries involving Van Goghs, Picassos, Rembrandts and other masterworks.

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Panama Papers Spark High-Level FIFA Resignation and Swiss Police Raid

Swiss police searched the office of Europe's top soccer association and a member of FIFA's ethics panel resigned following Panama Papers revelations.

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Leaked Files Offer Many Clues To Offshore Dealings by Top Chinese

Eight current and former members of the Politburo Standing Committee, the country's top decision makers, have relatives with secret offshore companies.

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Spies and Shadowy Allies Lurk in Secret With Help From Offshore Firm

Firm helps CIA operatives and other characters — real or fanciful — from the world of espionage set up offshore companies to obscure their dealings.

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Iceland Prime Minister Tenders Resignation Following Panama Papers Revelations

The prime minister of Iceland said he would resign following mass protests triggered by reports from ICIJ and partners that he had owned an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands with his wife.

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Law Firm’s Files Include Dozens of Companies and People Blacklisted by U.S. Authorities

Global law firm’s customers include suspected financiers of terrorism, nuclear weapons proliferators and gunrunners.

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How Family that Runs Azerbaijan Built an Empire of Hidden Wealth

Documents peel away three layers of secret ownership in a conglomerate and lead to gold mines and overseas real estate.

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Global Banks Team with Law Firms To Help the Wealthy Hide Assets

Leaked records show that hundreds of banks and their subsidiaries and branches registered nearly 15,600 shell companies.

About this project

The Panama Papers is an unprecedented investigation that reveals the offshore links of some of the globe’s most prominent figures.

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All Putin’s Men: Secret Records Reveal Money Network Tied to Russian Leader

Complex offshore financial deals channel money and power towards a network of people and companies linked to President Vladimir Putin.

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Giant Leak of Offshore Financial Records Exposes Global Array of Crime and Corruption

Millions of documents show heads of state, criminals and celebrities using secret hideaways in tax havens.

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Panamanian Law Firm Is Gatekeeper To Vast Flow of Murky Offshore Secrets

Files show client roster that includes drug dealers, Mafia members, corrupt politicians and tax evaders — and wrongdoing galore.

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Leak Ties Ethics Guru to Three Men Charged in FIFA Scandal

Secret documents show how deeply the world of soccer has become enmeshed in the world of offshore havens.

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Iceland’s Prime Minister Ducks Question But the Answer Catches Up with Him

He came to power after the country’s financial collapse while hiding his offshore holdings of millions in bonds from Icelandic banks.

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How the One Percenters Divorce: Offshore Intrigue Plays Hide and Seek with Millions

Firm that practices no matrimonial law nonetheless plays big role when the superrich around the globe decide to split.

About this project

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The Panama Papers is an unprecedented investigation that reveals the offshore links of some of the globe’s most prominent figures.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, together with the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung and more than 100 other media partners, spent a year sifting through 11.5 million leaked files to expose the offshore holdings of world political leaders, links to global scandals, and details of the hidden financial dealings of fraudsters, drug traffickers, billionaires, celebrities, sports stars and more.

The trove of documents is likely the biggest leak of inside information in history. It includes nearly 40 years of data from a little-known but powerful law firm based in Panama. That firm, Mossack Fonseca, has offices in more than 35 locations around the globe, and is one of the world’s top creators of shell companies, corporate structures that can be used to hide ownership of assets.

ICIJ’s analysis of the leaked records revealed information on more than 214,000 offshore companies connected to people in more than 200 countries and territories.

The data includes emails, financial spreadsheets, passports and corporate records revealing the secret owners of bank accounts and companies in 21 offshore jurisdictions, including Nevada, Hong Kong and the British Virgin Islands.

ICIJ’s data and research unit indexed, organized and analyzed the 2.6 terabytes of data that make up the leak, using collaborative platforms to communicate and share documents with journalists working in 25 languages in nearly 80 countries.

Special thanks go to the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR), Code for Africa, the International Center for Journalists and Shutterstock.

The Team:

Project Managers: Marina Walker Guevara and Gerard Ryle

Data Editor: Mar Cabra

Research Editor: Emilia Diaz-Struck

Editors: Michael Hudson, Martha M. Hamilton, Gerard Ryle, Marina Walker Guevara and Tom Stites

Online Editor: Hamish Boland-Rudder

Data and Research Unit: Rigoberto Carvajal, Matthew Caruana Galizia, Cécile Schilis-Gallego and Miguel Fiandor Gutiérrez

ICIJ reporters: Will Fitzgibbon, Jake Bernstein, Ryan Chittum, Martha M. Hamilton, Michael Hudson, Marcos Garcia Rey, Alexa Olesen and Delphine Reuter

Süddeutsche Zeitung reporters: Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier

Researcher: Mago Torres

Fact checkers: Richard H.P. Sia and Peter Smith

Web design and development: Álvaro Ortiz, Fernando Blat and Jorge Sancha from Populate

Main image: Arthur Jones and Shutterstock

The Power Players interactive: Kiln

Reporters:

  • Lyas Hallas (Algeria)
  • Mariel Fitz Patrick (Argentina)
  • Hugo Alconada (Argentina)
  • Ricardo Brom (Argentina)
  • Momi Peralta (Argentina)
  • Maia Jastreblansky (Argentina)
  • Iván Ruiz (Argentina)
  • Santiago O’Donnell (Argentina)
  • Sandra Crucianelli (Argentina)
  • Sol Lauria (Argentina, Panama)
  • Kristine Alghalaryan (Armenia)
  • Dave Bloss (Georgia)
  • Sally Neighbour (Australia)
  • Marian Wilkinson (Australia)
  • Elise Worthington (Australia)
  • Mario Christodoulou (Australia)
  • Morag Ramsay (Australia)
  • Lisa Main (Australia)
  • Sophia O’Rourke (Australia)
  • Ali Russell (Australia)
  • Stephen Oxley (Australia)
  • Ruth Fogarty (Australia)
  • Neil Chenoweth (Australia)
  • Edmund Taros (Australia)
  • Misa Han (Australia)
  • Primrose Riordan (Australia)
  • Jonathan Barrett (Australia)
  • Florian Klenk (Austria)
  • Josef Redl (Austria)
  • Ulla Kramar-Schmid (Austria)
  • Jakob Weichenberger (Austria)
  • Kaspar Fink (Austria)
  • Stefan Daubrawa (Austria)
  • Günther Hack (Austria)
  • Lars Bové (Belgium)
  • Kristof Clerix (Belgium)
  • Alain Lallemand (Belgium)
  • Xavier Counasse (Belgium)
  • Joel Matriche (Belgium)
  • Drew Sullivan (Bosnia )
  • Miranda Patrucic (Bosnia )
  • Alvin Ntibinyane (Botswana)
  • Mbo Mguni (Botswana)
  • Joel Konopo (Botswana)
  • Jose Roberto de Toledo (Brazil)
  • Daniel Bramatti (Brazil)
  • Rodrigo Burgarelli (Brazil)
  • Guilherme Jardim Duarte (Brazil)
  • Isabela Bonfim (Brazil)
  • Franz Vacek (Brazil)
  • Mauro Tagliaferri (Brazil)
  • Diego Vega (Brazil)
  • Fernando Rodrigues (Brazil)
  • André Shalders (Brazil)
  • Douglas Pereira (Brazil)
  • Mateus Netzel (Brazil)
  • Alexenia Dimitrova (Bulgaria)
  • Gino Harel (Canada)
  • Frédéric Zalac (Canada)
  • Ronna Syed (Canada)
  • Robert Cribb (Canada)
  • Tanya Talaga (Canada)
  • Marco Oved (Canada)
  • Alberto Arellano (Chile)
  • Carlos Eduardo Huertas (Colombia, Panama)
  • Nathan Jaccard (Colombia, Panama)
  • Giannina Segnini (Costa Rica)
  • Alejandra Fernández-Morera (Costa Rica)
  • Antonio Jiménez (Costa Rica)
  • Henry Arroyo (Costa Rica)
  • Mauricio Arroyo (Costa Rica)
  • Ernesto Rivera (Costa Rica)
  • Javier Córdoba (Costa Rica)
  • María Florez Estrada (Costa Rica)
  • Diego Arguedas Ortiz (Costa Rica)
  • Álvaro Murillo (Costa Rica)
  • Pavla Holcova (Czech Republic)
  • Søren Kristensen (Denmark)
  • Michael Klint (Denmark)
  • Maria Lyhne Høj (Denmark)
  • Maria Andersen (Denmark)
  • Peter Jørgensen (Denmark)
  • John Hansen (Denmark )
  • Arturo Torres (Ecuador)
  • Mónica Almeida (Ecuador)
  • Xavier Reyes (Ecuador)
  • Paúl Mena (Ecuador)
  • Andrés Jaramillo (Ecuador)
  • Alberto Araujo (Ecuador)
  • Hisham Allam (Egypt)
  • José Luis Sanz (El Salvador)
  • César Castro Fagoaga (El Salvador)
  • Jimmy Alvarado (El Salvador)
  • Minna Knus-Galan (Finland)
  • Kjell Lindroos (Finland)
  • Serge Michel (France)
  • Christophe Ayad (France)
  • François Bougon (France)
  • Samuel Laurent (France)
  • Maxime Vaudano (France)
  • Jeremie Baruch (France)
  • Anne Michel (France)
  • Simon Piel (France)
  • Joan Tilouine (France)
  • Jean-Baptiste Chastand (France)
  • Benoit Vitkine (France)
  • Nathaniel Herzberg (France)
  • Yann Bouchez (France)
  • Mathilde Damge (France)
  • Edouard Perrin (France)
  • Benoît Bringer (France)
  • Emmanuel Gagnier (France)
  • Yousset Ait Akdim (France)
  • Jan Strozyk (Germany)
  • Julia Stein (Germany)
  • Benedikt Strunz (Germany)
  • Nils Casjens (Germany)
  • Peter Hornung (Germany)
  • Elena Kuch (Germany)
  • Willem Konrad (Germany)
  • Christoph Lütgert (Germany)
  • Kersten Mügge (Germany)
  • Christian Deker (Germany)
  • Vanessa Wormer (Germany)
  • Christoph Giesen (Germany)
  • Katrin Langhans (Germany)
  • Mauritius Much (Germany)
  • Gianna Niewel (Germany)
  • Hannes Munzinger (Germany)
  • John Goetz (Germany)
  • Petra Blum (Germany)
  • Harry Karanikas (Greece)
  • Andras Petho (Hungary )
  • Jóhannes Kr. Kristjánsson (Iceland)
  • Adalsteinn Kjartansson (Iceland)
  • Ritu Sarin (India)
  • Jay Mazoomdaar (India)
  • Vaidyanathan Iyer (India)
  • Wahyu Dhyatmika (Indonesia)
  • Philipus Parera (Indonesia)
  • Agoeng Wijaya (Indonesia)
  • Mustafa Silalahi (Indonesia)
  • Colm Keena (Ireland )
  • John McManus (Ireland )
  • Uri Blau (Israel)
  • Shuki Sadeh (Israel)
  • Daniel Dolev (Israel)
  • Leo Sisti (Italy)
  • Vittorio Malagutti (Italy)
  • Paolo Biondani (Italy)
  • Gloria Riva (Italy)
  • Stefano Vergine (Italy)
  • Yasuomi Sawa (Japan)
  • Toshihiro Okuyama (Japan)
  • Scilla Alecci (Japan)
  • Alessia Cerantola (Japan)
  • Musab Shawabkeh (Jordan)
  • Jacqueline Kubania (Kenya)
  • John Kamau (Kenya)
  • Sanita Jemberga (Latvia)
  • Inga Springe (Latvia)
  • Evita Purina (Latvia)
  • Šarūnas Černiauskas (Lithuania)
  • Nigel Aw (Malaysia)
  • Aidila Razak (Malaysia)
  • David Dembele (Mali)
  • Pierre Portelli (Malta)
  • Ray Bugeja (Malta)
  • Caroline Muscat (Malta)
  • Ivan Camilleri (Malta)
  • Jacob Borg (Malta)
  • Kevin Schembri (Malta)
  • Daniel Lizárraga (Mexico)
  • Irving Huerta (Mexico)
  • Rafael Cabrera (Mexico)
  • Sebastián Barragán (Mexico)
  • Mago Torres (Mexico)
  • Jorge Carrasco (Mexico)
  • Mathieu Tourliere (Mexico)
  • Iurie Sanduta (Moldova)
  • Lkhagva Erdene (Mongolia)
  • Nomin Chinbat (Mongolia)
  • Bat-Erdene Gankhuyag (Mongolia)
  • Shinovene Immanuel (Namibia)
  • Tangeni Amupadhi (Namibia)
  • Tileni Mongudhi (Namibia)
  • Ndanki Kahiurika (Namibia)
  • Gaby de Groot (Netherlands)
  • Siem Eikelenboom (Netherlands)
  • Jan Kleinnijenhuis (Netherlands)
  • Martijn Roessingh (Netherlands)
  • Karlijn Kuijpers (Netherlands)
  • Nicky Hager (New Zealand)
  • Alex Van Wel (New Zealand)
  • Gyles Beckford (New Zealand)
  • Jane Patterson (New Zealand)
  • Patrick O’Meara (New Zealand)
  • Andrea Vance (New Zealand)
  • Jessica Mutch (New Zealand)
  • Lee Taylor (New Zealand)
  • Chris Cooke (New Zealand)
  • Simon Dallow (New Zealand)
  • Carlos Fernando Chamorro (Nicaragua)
  • Arlen Cerda (Nicaragua)
  • Musikilu Mojeed (Nigeria)
  • Ini Ekot (Nigeria)
  • Joshua Olufemi (Nigeria)
  • Emmanuel Mayah (Nigeria)
  • Per Anders Johansen (Norway)
  • Nina Selbo Torset (Norway)
  • Sigurd Bjørnestad (Norway)
  • Trond J. Strøm (Norway)
  • Per Kristian Aale (Norway)
  • Lars Inge Staveland (Norway)
  • Fredrik Hager-Thoresen (Norway)
  • Halvor Solhjem Njerve (Norway)
  • Umar Cheema (Pakistan)
  • Rolando Rodríguez (Panama)
  • Rita Vásquez (Panama)
  • Lourdes de Obaldía (Panama)
  • John Scott Bronstein (Panama)
  • Luis Buron (Panama)
  • Mabel Rehnfeldt (Paraguay)
  • Juan Carlos Lezcano Flecha (Paraguay)
  • Arturo Zarratea Herreros (Paraguay)
  • Juan Calcena Ramirez (Paraguay)
  • Julio Benitez Díaz (Paraguay)
  • Juan Carlos Dos Santos (Paraguay)
  • Milagros Salazar (Peru)
  • Aramís Castro (Peru)
  • Gabriela Flores (Peru)
  • Gabriel Arriarán (Peru)
  • Gustavo Gorriti (Peru)
  • Luisa García (Peru)
  • Romina Mella (Peru)
  • Fabiola Torres (Peru)
  • Óscar Castilla (Peru)
  • Luis Yáñez Quiroz (Peru)
  • Vadim Makarenko (Poland)
  • Leszek Baj (Poland)
  • Bartosz Chyz (Poland)
  • Micael Pereira (Portugal)
  • Rui Araujo (Portugal)
  • Omaya Sosa Pascual (Puerto Rico)
  • Carla Minet (Puerto Rico)
  • Paul Radu (Romania)
  • Mihai Munteanu (Romania)
  • Daniel Bojin (Romania)
  • Roman Anin (Russia)
  • Olesya Shmagun (Russia)
  • Mika Velikovsky (Russia)
  • Roman Shleynov (Russia)
  • Momar Niang (Senegal)
  • Tidiane Hamadou Sy (Senegal)
  • Stevan Dojcinovic (Serbia)
  • Jelena Vasic (Serbia)
  • Anuska Delic (Slovenia)
  • Khadija Sharife (South Africa)
  • Amanda Potgieter (South Africa)
  • Barry Sergeant (South Africa)
  • Sam Sole (South Africa)
  • Stefaans Brummer (South Africa)
  • Craig McKune (South Africa)
  • Lionel Faull (South Africa)
  • Fergus Gibbons (South Africa)
  • Yongjin Kim (South Korea)
  • Yoojung Lee (South Korea)
  • Yoonwon Choi (South Korea)
  • Daniele Grasso (Spain)
  • Jesús Escudero (Spain)
  • Rafael Méndez (Spain)
  • Álvaro Rivas (Spain)
  • Joaquín Castellón (Spain)
  • Nacho Calle (Spain)
  • Verónica Ramírez (Spain)
  • Nacho Bernaldo de Quirós (Spain)
  • Fredrik Laurin (Sweden)
  • Joachim Dyfvermark (Sweden)
  • Sven Bergman (Sweden)
  • Linda Larsson Kakuli (Sweden)
  • Kristina Lagerström (Sweden)
  • Fouad Youcefi (Sweden)
  • Titus Plattner (Switzerland)
  • Catherine Boss (Switzerland)
  • Christian Brönnimann (Switzerland)
  • Oliver Zihlmann (Switzerland)
  • Alexandre Haederli (Switzerland)
  • Noele Illien (Switzerland)
  • Linda von Burg (Switzerland)
  • Lena Würgler (Switzerland)
  • Hamoud Almahmoud (Syria)
  • Yi-Shan Chen (Taiwan)
  • Wei Lin Chen (Taiwan)
  • Beta Du (Taiwan)
  • Prangtip Daorueng (Thailand)
  • Camini Marajh (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Malek Khadhraoui (Tunisia)
  • Sana Sbouai (Tunisia)
  • Basma Shtawi (Tunisia)
  • Tabu Butagira (Uganda)
  • James Oliver (UK)
  • Andy Head (UK)
  • David Thompson (UK)
  • James Melley (UK)
  • Simon Cox (UK)
  • Conor Spackman (UK)
  • Marc Perkins (UK)
  • Eli Melki (UK)
  • Jonathan Coffey (UK)
  • Simon Bowers (UK)
  • Juliette Garside (UK)
  • Helena Bengtsson (UK)
  • David Pegg (UK)
  • Holly Watt (UK)
  • Luke Harding (UK)
  • Paul Farrell (UK)
  • Owen Gibson (UK)
  • Rupert Neate (UK)
  • Nick Evershed (UK)
  • Dan Susman (UK)
  • Nick Hopkins (UK)
  • David Leigh (UK)
  • Vlad Lavrov (Ukraine)
  • Anna Babinec (Ukraine)
  • Victoria Fernández (Uruguay)
  • Guillermo Draper (Uruguay)
  • Bernat Ivancsics (USA)
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