After the death of veteran journalist, Giorgos Karaviaz, Josh Bate contemplates the nature and safety of investigative journalism. Should journalists be offered more protection, considering the dangers they face in exposing the truth?
Three years after the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Curuana Galizia, Josh Bate investigates whether her work to expose corruption has had any consequences, and the fight to achieve justice for her murder.
On the 4th of August, Beirut suffered a shocking explosion that not only had a physical effect but shone a light on the deep-rooted issues in Lebanon. As footage of the explosion circulated across the […]
A common and prolific criticism of cryptocurrencies is their vulnerability and susceptibility to cyber corruption. There is good reason behind this concern, too; just this week, Europol director Rob Wainwright pronounced that there has been […]
An undercover investigation by the Telegraph has revealed evidence of corruption and bribery at the highest level. Their evidence reveals that as many as eight managers and assistant managers are suspected of taking backhand deals […]