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"… enjoyed postings to wealthy and peaceful nations — Ireland, Denmark and Australia, for example — or high-profile countries such as China and India. Caree …"

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"… on in Colombia, $1 million in Slovenia and 375 pounds of silver bullion in Australia. Billions more are being traced for potential tax evasion. Household-name …"

"… the global tax debate, called an emergency meeting in Paris. Mark Konza, Australia’s deputy commissioner of taxation, chaired the gathering of tax official …"

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"… multimedia investigation into the environmental and social impact of Australian mining companies in Africa, has been nominated for an Emmy Award: the mos …"

"… chilis-Gallego analyzed thousands of documents to reveal the scale of Australia’s mining presence in Africa and the number of fatalities repor …"

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"… es have been linked to companies mentioned in the Panama Papers, including Australia’s current prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, Guatemalan politician Harold …"

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"… mpanies used in money laundering and other wrongdoing. The governments of Australia and Germany have said that they too intend to create public regi …"

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"… that many horrible people,” said Jason Sharman, a political scientist at Australia’s Griffith University and co-author of a groundbreaking study of anonymo …"

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"… the Washington Nationals baseball team, a 600-acre island off the coast of Australia, twelve of the most expensive Ferrari racecars, or about as much as the Pe …"

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"… The latter was known simply as ChemRisk until it was acquired by Brisbane, Australia-based Cardno in 2012). None of the articles reported an elevated risk of m …"

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"… ut of the wrong hands. Among the 24 nations with enough material for bomb, Australia again got the top mark, while North Korea came in last. India’s overall …"

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"… ; a severely disabled son was the result. Read this investigation   Australia’s footprint in African mines Australian-listed mining companies are lin …"

"… Read this investigation   Australia’s footprint in African mines Australian-listed mining companies are linked to hundreds of deaths and alleged inju …"

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"… re JPay, the focus of a 2014 Center investigation, does business. An Australian senator has called for reforms to Australia’s Africa-based mi …"

"… does business. An Australian senator has called for reforms to Australia’s Africa-based mining industry A human-rights commission initiated …"

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"… nal uncertain to outsiders. India, according to a recent report by former Australian nonproliferation chief John Carlson, is one of just three countries that …"

"… for additional shipments. In September 2014, Prime Minister Tony Abbott of Australia signed an agreement to make Australia a “long-term, reliable supplier of …"

"… 2014, Prime Minister Tony Abbott of Australia signed an agreement to make Australia a “long-term, reliable supplier of uranium to India,” a deal that has …"

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"… interests that could unduly influence its decision making.” Experts in Australia, a key nuclear trading partner with India, are also worried. The Australia …"

"… Australia, a key nuclear trading partner with India, are also worried. The Australian Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Treaties recommended on Septem …"

"… is measure and other new safety and security practices are implemented, no Australian uranium should be sold to India. Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbu …"

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"… ll over India. Wherever uranium is extracted, anywhere in the world, from Australia to New Mexico, it is a messy, environmentally disruptive process. However, …"

"… into three, colossal ponds. Studies by scientists from North America, Australia and Europe show that while these ponds contain only small quantities of ur …"

"… inking or smoking while in contact with it. A safety alert prepared by the Australian government for those preparing to transport it warns that ingesting or in …"

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"… riginally from New Zealand, Eleanor worked for many years at the ABC, Australia’s national public broadcaster where, in 2011, her investigative mul …"

"… ive multimedia report into urban social disadvantage was awarded Australia’s highest journalism honor, the Walkley Award. Another investigatio …"

"… mobile phone carriers in minority communities and was used as evidence by Australia’s consumer watchdog to prosecute the company.  Her multiplatf …"

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"… aily Beast, Truthdig and Exit Syria: Diaries from Za’atari, a project of Australia’s Special Broadcasting Service. Voting in the “People’s Voice” po …"

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"… . Kono said it would be cheaper for Japan to “buy a uranium mountain in Australia” than to build breeder reactors and fuel them with plutonium produced at …"

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"… a warhead. In 1993, the group bought a half-a-million-acre sheep ranch in Australia, where 25 of Asahara’s followers tried to mine uranium to fuel a bomb. …"

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"… tandards, proponents argue. It has been implemented in the United Kingdom, Australia and Norway. Industry representatives, experts and union officials, howeve …"

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"… which consulted 15 experts from 14 countries — including Argentina, Australia, China, France, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, …"

"… South Africa, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States and Vietnam. Australia ranked first in the NTI’s index with 92 points out of 100, partly by rat …"

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"… ol coal dust right at the point of contact in the mine. “They do that in Australia,” Trumka wrote, “where dust control rules require strong ventilation a …"

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"… and Budget head John Berry has been nominated to be the next ambassador to Australia. And Norm Eisen, Obama’s former ethics czar, has been serving as the amb …"

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"… million around the world through accounts at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Australia’s ANZ Bank, confidential records show. State and federal authorities in …"

"… arly 2004. The offshore company in turn opened a bank account with one of Australia’s largest banks, ANZ, funneling at least $1.1 million into the account, …"

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"… u Pair, which places foreign au pairs, hailing from countries that include Australia, China, Italy, Poland, Sweden Switzerland and Thailand, with American fami …"

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"… e a major new investment in international investigative journalism from an Australian benefactor. Internet entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist Graeme …"

"… s also the key backer of The Guardian newspaper’s new digital edition in Australia, and founder of Wotif.com, Australia’s leading travel website. An enviro …"

"… newspaper’s new digital edition in Australia, and founder of Wotif.com, Australia’s leading travel website. An environmentalist and advocate of government …"

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"… ersonnel Management Director John Berry to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Australia. Adam Wollner contributed to this report.     …"

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"… of data” on offshore holdings from the governments of U.S., Britain and Australia. The French data was obtained from Herve Falciani, a whistleblower and for …"

"… r and former employee of HSBC. Much of the data from the U.S., Britain and Australia was initially unveiled in Offshore Leaks. The Colombian government  …"

"… nto the offshore activities of the older son, Chun Jae-kook.   Australian tax authorities said they are stepping up efforts to crack down on c …"

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"… worldwide. Just last week, tax authorities in Great Britain, the U.S. and Australia announced they are working together to investigate their own cache of offs …"

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"… p; On Thursday, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, along with British and Australian tax authorities, jointly announced that the three nations “have each ac …"

"… IRS said in a statement, "Our cooperative work with the United Kingdom and Australia reflects a bigger goal of leaving no safe haven for people trying to illeg …"

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