Juliana Ruhfus


ISIL in the Caribbean: Why Trinidadians fight in Syria and Iraq

How did the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago become the nation with the highest number of ISIS recruits per capita in the Western Hemisphere?


Can investigative journalism survive clickbait and other challenges?

Thoroughly researched reporting takes time, funding and risk, but often garners less online traffic than cute cat videos.

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Brazil's River of Mud

We investigate the events leading up to the Fundao dam disaster. Is enough being done to avoid future recurrences?


Syhacked: Al Jazeera's news game on the Syrian cyberwar

An interview with Juliana Ruhfus about Al Jazeera's interactive news game #Hacked

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#Hacked - Investigate Syria's cyberwar

A mobile app that takes you inside Syria's cyberwar. Embark on an interactive investigation but keep your sources safe!

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Cuba for Sale

We investigate the recent economic changes and the effect of property ownership on Cuba's communist legacy.

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Syria's Electronic Armies

People and Power investigates the sinister impact of a secret cyber war on the Syrian civil war.

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Rebuilding Somalia

Can Somalia's embattled president unite his country against the armed group al-Shabab?

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Pirate Fishing

People and Power takes to the seas off Sierra Leone to investigate the multi-million dollar illegal fishing trade.

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Libya: Renditions

An exclusive investigation into how intelligence was extracted by torture in Tripoli's notorious Abu Salim prison.

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Libya's Brigades

More than two years since the country's revolution, can rival factions reconcile and will stability ever fully return?

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The Nigerian Connection

An investigation into the plight of African women caught in a web of organised crime, prostitution and trafficking.