Rappler, The Investigative Journal to partner on investigative reporting

MANILA, Philippines – The UK-based journalism platform The Investigative Journal and Philippine news website Rappler announced a partnership on Monday, July 8, to jointly work on investigations and share content. The collaboration will see the coming together of two publishers with a shared belief in holding power to account through original, fact based, and investigative storytelling.

Wiretaps, Witness Testimony Reveal Turkey’s Overt Support for Islamic State Terrorists Entering and Fighting in Syria

A new report out of London has revealed that since late 2011, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan illegally sent thousands of trucks loaded with heavy arms and ammunition, via air freight, to support jihadist groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in an attempt to overthrow his regime.

The Investigative Journal Appoints Award-winning Canadian Journalist and Author Mohamed Fahmy as CEO

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Investigative Journal (www.InvestigativeJournal.org), a newly launched online investigative news platform, has appointed Canadian-Egyptian journalist and author Mohamed Fahmy as its chief executive officer. The London-based web publication offers a platform for in-depth long-form investigative journalism.

Joining the Clooneys in war to restore press freedom

Every time World Press Freedom Day comes along I can’t help but recall standing as a defendant in an Egyptian court that same day in 2014 before a judge known as “The Executioner.” I grappled then with the absurd accusations that left two colleagues and me internationally branded as members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a designated terrorist group in many countries. My journalistic integrity had been maligned, and our reporting labelled as “fake news” that supported the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamist agenda.

Wiretaps: Turkey Aided Passage of Militant ISIS Terrorists Into Syria

A cache of wiretaps originating in Turkey appear to show the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan aiding the passage of militant fighters tied to the ISIS terror group into and out of Syria, according to new reports that are raising questions about Turkey’s commitment to its military alliance with Washington, D.C.

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