New Tool Helps Journalists in Arab World Follow the Money

ARIJ Aleph Archive makes hundreds of thousands of statistics to be had in Arabic.

The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) are excited to announce the release of the ARIJ Aleph Archive. This new device consists of files and statistics from throughout the Middle East and North Africa that ARIJ has accrued during the last decade, a completely unique trove of cloth so as to assist investigative journalists to comply with the money.

The ARIJ Aleph Archive is a component of OCCRP Aleph, the investigative statistics platform that permits newshounds to go looking and cross-reference multiple billion statistics to hint connections and styles and collaborate throughout borders. This new archive consists of authorities journals and statistics on corporation possession and procurement from Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Bahrain, Algeria, Morocco, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Qatar, Tunisia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Palestine.

“This is an essential new device for Arab journalists, and we’re happy to collaborate with OCCRP as they advanced the nation of the artwork on this database,” stated ARIJ Director-General Rawan Daman. “Being capable of dig into the statistics and tune belongings and authorities prices will assist Arab journalists to discover stories, comply with them, dig deep, and keep the ones in strength to account.”

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Aleph is powered through an open supply software program advanced through OCCRP, which changed into translated into Arabic to guide newshounds the usage of the ARIJ archive.

“Aleph is one of the world’s biggest investigative journalism databases,” stated OCCRP Co-Founder and Publisher Drew Sullivan. “With the discharge of the ARIJ Aleph Archive, we look ahead to operating greater with Arab journalists on greater cross-border investigations that shine a mild on crime and corruption on this essential region.”

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