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Thursday, October 8 • 10:00 - 11:15
Tracking European weapons in Libya - 1

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In spite of a UN embargo both sides in the civil war in Libya are fighting with arms made in Europe. Countries like Turkey and the United Arab Emirates are delivering these weapons and are thereby fuelling the conflict. With the help of court documents and open source investigation one can find evidence of these shipments. Reporters from Stern Magazine, ARD, BBC and Bellingcat worked together to document them.

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Jose Miguel Calatayud

Freelance journalist, project director at Arena

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Hans-Martin Tillack

Investigative reporter, stern
Hans-Martin Tillack is working as an investigative reporter in the Berlin office of the German weekly magazine stern. From 1999 to 2004 he was the EU correspondent for stern in Brussels, Belgium. He is also the author of three books, on the EU, on corruption and on lobbyists and their... Read More →
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Philipp Grüll

Redakteur, Bayerischer Rundfunk/report München
Philipp Grüll ist Redakteur beim ARD-Politikmagazin „report München“. Er ist Autor von Dokumentationen und Reportagen für das Erste, den Bayerischen Rundfunk und Arte. Mit der ARD-Dokumentation „Bomben für die Welt – Wie Deutschland an Kriegen und Krisen verdient“ wurden... Read More →
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Benjamin Strick

Open Source Investigator, BBC
Benjamin Strick is an open source investigator for BBC Africa Eye and a Bellingcat contributor. He has a background in law and the military, and is a specialist in the field of imagery forensics, geolocation and innovative data finding methods. He has assisted law enforcement, NGOs... Read More →


Thursday October 8, 2020 10:00 - 11:15 CEST
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