In Kenya, limited public access to information, a non-independent judiciary and an insular media industry mean people rely on journalists to expose crime and corruption. John-Allan Namu is one of them. He founded Africa Uncensored 8 years ago.
During the construction of Camp Humphreys, the largest US military base on foreign soil, a South Korean conglomerate is reported to have paid nearly $3 million in bribes in order to gain lucrative contracts.
There have been a number of attacks on politicians, officials and journalists since the outbreak of hostilities between Russia and Ukraine. Investigators are often quick to assume Moscow is behind them, but is that true?
One prominent European MEP has described his despair after meeting the family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. He was among multiple lawmakers who demanded an international investigation into the killing.
The German journalist and translator Mesale Tolu's trial has started in Turkey. She has been in a Turkish jail since April. Her lawyer, Ezgi Gungordu, spoke to DW about filing for her release.
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