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We looked inside some of the tweets by @OCCRP and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
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Average retweets
17
Average likes
23
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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Fun Fact

There were 13.7 million football-related tweets during the 2012 Super Bowl, 1 million of which appeared in the game's final 5 minutes.

Police in Bosnia and Herzegovina arrested 26 people suspected members of an organized crime group accused of selling black-market tobacco and money laundering. https://t.co/jknR40ycpn

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In the UK, regulators said four of the world’s largest accounting firms will need to separate their audit departments from the rest of their operations. Critics are skeptical the move will meaningfully deter corporate misconduct. https://t.co/7A8MdOVpAH

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Especially given the state of the industry, I feel incredibly fortunate every day to work at @OCCRP, where we chase not clicks or culture war controversy, but corrupt officials and the money they steal from their people. And we’re hiring. Work with us! https://t.co/92MTlTj5p4

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A Monaco court dismissed a case brought by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev against art dealer Yves Bouvier for allegedly selling artwork at a vastly inflated price. https://t.co/SuSqrIl5fN

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Leaked documents reveal how Armenia’s former head of customs — and current hotel magnate — moved millions through a hidden offshore account. Armenian investigators say they knew nothing about it. https://t.co/uTu1PpQnZE

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A small town near Moscow has become a dumping ground for trash from Russia’s capital. But as fed-up residents protest, OCCRP and @iStories_Media reveal they may be unknowingly challenging companies with links to powerful oligarch Arkady Rotenberg. https://t.co/h9RWiDRlyD

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With strict quarantine measures in place, shipments of cocaine into Italy have all but stopped. Instead, cocaine now floods into Spain. https://t.co/C4Sfxa6YqB

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Inside a Bucharest villa, "Manu the Bomber" — a gangster who once beat a Romanian secret service officer with a chair — and two Chinese men offered undercover reporters 300,000 masks backed with shady documents. Our investigation with @riseprojectro. https://t.co/utwq8Mz63U

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A chess grandmaster — and co-founder of Russia's largest sports betting company — sent $192K to a member of an infamous Russian organized crime group through a bank closely associated with the #TroikaLaundromat. https://t.co/leRjCDO4DB

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Guatemalan authorities arrested two sons of a former Panamanian president following an extradition request by the United States, where they face money laundering charges. https://t.co/tlML5SAoXK

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A US think tank cites OCCRP in a report on how Dubai has turned into a sanctuary for dodgy financial dealings. https://t.co/NoZxyopBgC

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After taking down an encrypted communication service used by organized criminal groups, Dutch police discovered an improvised torture chamber equipped with a dentist chair. https://t.co/Opjw28W6b3

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"Reality has gone beyond my most paranoid fantasies." An Italian doctor was left aghast after reps from Philip Morris asked him to prescribe IQOS to his patients as a way to stop smoking. He wasn't the only healthcare professional to be approached. https://t.co/1yJvQKWf54

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WATCH: @TelemundoNews picked up our documentary on the Romanian criminal syndicate that stole $1 billion using rigged ATMs. #RivieraMayaGang https://t.co/LzIeofe6Dv

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Our project on African and Asian migrants who crisscross the entire Latin America on their way north was just published today in English. #MigrantsFromAnotherWorld was a cross-border journalistic project bringing together CLIP, @OCCRP and 14 media outlets https://t.co/AOIDwk6RPn

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Meet Alex Saab. A Venezuelan businessman who amassed wealth from state contracts and luxury real estate in Europe before his arrest in Cape Verde. 

Check out his profile on #ElFeis, the social network for powerful and well-connected Venezuelans. https://t.co/Pbhgzjq9y5 https://t.co/Efmyr3qGOW

Meet Alex Saab. A Venezuelan businessman who amassed wealth from state contracts and luxury real estate in Europe before his arrest in Cape Verde. Check out his profile on #ElFeis, the social network for powerful and well-connected Venezuelans. https://t.co/Pbhgzjq9y5 https://t.co/Efmyr3qGOW

In October 2019, @OCCRP contacted me for a story of migrants, who en route to the US via Latin America, left their names on a wall in Darien Gap. My story for #MigrantsFromAnotherWorld, a collaboration over a dozen media outlets including @recordnepal https://t.co/y90VCbTW00

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OCCRP worked with 17 partners from Nepal🇳🇵, Cameroon🇨🇲, India🇮🇳, Spain🇪🇸, Brazil🇧🇷, Ecuador🇪🇨, Colombia🇨🇴, Panama🇵🇦, Costa Rica🇨🇷, UK🇬🇧, Argentina🇦🇷, Mexico🇲🇽, Venezuela🇻🇪 on this #MigrantsFromAnotherWorld series. Read their stories here: 7/ https://t.co/LVyQ17cvRT

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These smuggling networks are enabled by corrupt police and public officials. In one case, a former Colombian senator was sentenced to prison for issuing fraudulent references to help migrants get visas. 6/

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