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NEW: Africa’s richest woman @isabelaangola claims to be a self-made billionaire. Today, we reveal the inside story of how she made her fortune while leaving #Angola one of the poorest countries on earth.

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If you're new to Angola, the dos Santos family and their connected history, then this is the place to start.

By @antoniocuga and @Indigo_Light. #LuandaLeaks
@antoniocuga @Indigo_Light Months of reporting based on a #leak of 715,000 documents obtained from @PPLAAF reveals two decades of unscrupulous deals and enormous wealth moved through offshore centers. #LuandaLeaks
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A thread about #disasters & #collaborativejournalism:

@rachelpleven wanted to understand how disasters worsening in a warming climate are affecting vulnerable people, including economically strapped folks. She worked w/ @publicintegrity's data team to crunch numbers.
2. We thought this would be a great project to work on w/ other news orgs. @rachelpleven looked for noteworthy state & local trends and reached out to several newsrooms to see if they wanted to write their own stories. @ajc, @highcountrynews, @OVReSRC & @StateImpactOK said yes.
3. Over the past 9 days, the 4 newsrooms have rolled out #OneDisasterAway stories. They're all absorbing, important reads (& listens -- five written stories, two radio pieces).

In order of publication:

A disastrous disconnect (from @publicintegrity):…
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Tune in now to the 2019 #GoldsmithAwards panel conversation @Kennedy_School with representatives from each of the finalist reporting teams (or, in one case, the solo reporter who investigated and wrote the story!):
We're thrilled to have @jcsheckler @daffodilaltan @davidmcswane @gingerthomp1 @wendyruderman @ConnorASheets @joe_palazzolo here today on the panel, discussing their #GoldsmithAwards finalist stories.
.@jcsheckler from the @SBTribune and @bykenarmstrong from @ProPublica collaboratively reported on criminal justice issues in Elkhart, Indiana… #GoldsmithAwards
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