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GIJN Webinar: Investigating the War in Ukraine One Year On

In this GIJN webinar, we bring together four senior investigative journalists who have investigated the war in Ukraine. They will offer tips, tools and advice on how to cover this particular conflict — but also what they have learned about integrating different investigative methods.

Mapping Migrant Deaths in Singapore

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Data Journalism Top 10: Migrant Deaths, Alps Skiing, Ukraine’s Outages, Deadly Deer

Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories looks at mapping migrant deaths in Singapore, tracking Russian airstrikes and Ukraine power outages, “authorized deforestation” in Mali and Côte D’Ivoire, and analysis of the best value when skiing in Switzerland.

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Q & A: Investigating TikTok Content Across the Russia-Ukraine Border

To investigate what the Russian invasion looked like to TikTok users in Russia and Ukraine, and how the content available differed from one side of the border to the other, a team of journalists from the Norwegian broadcasting company NRK set out to investigate the social networking site’s algorithms and how a user’s location provides differing digital narratives about the war.

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Comment archiver les messages Telegram sur la guerre en Ukraine

Alors que Facebook est bloqué et Twitter restreint, Telegram est l’un des derniers réseaux sociaux entièrement accessible aux internautes en Russie. L’archivage des messages Telegram sur la guerre en Ukraine garantit que toute preuve puisse être utilisée par les chercheurs même si un utilisateur supprime un message, si une chaîne est supprimée ou si une plate-forme entière devient inaccessible.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Uninhabitable Earth, Back to Flying, Ukraine Sirens, Bezos Billions

According to climate models examined by Germany’s Berliner Morgenpost, many places on earth won’t be habitable for humans by the end of this century if nothing is done to curb climate change. Our weekly top ten in data journalism also highlights a story by the Financial Times looking at the recovery of the airline industry, The New York Times’ visualization of Jeff Bezos’ wealth, a study of air raid siren patterns in Ukraine, and the winners of this year’s Sigma Awards.

Data Journalism

Data Journalism Top 10: Tracking Russia’s War, Ukraine’s Refugees, COVID-19 Polarization, Clothing Waste, Banh Mi

Our weekly round-up of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features an item from The Washington Post on refugees crossing Ukraine’s borders, an examination of vaccine hesitancy in the US, a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has changed life in the UK, and mapping the price of the Vietnamese staple of bánh mì in Australia. 

Data Journalism

Data Journalism Top 10: Ukraine-Russia Conflict, Suisse Secrets, Figure Skating Quads, and Data Journalism Survey

This week’s curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter features a breakdown of Russia’s export ties to Europe, a global collaborative investigation led by Süddeutsche Zeitung and OCCRP into a Swiss bank leak, results from DataJournalism.com’s 2021 State of Data Journalism survey, and a New York Times report on the quadruple jump revolution in women’s figure skating.

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Data Journalism Top 10: Tonga’s Volcano, US Congress & Slavery, Mapping Ukraine, British Teeth

Many of the lawmakers who made up the historical ranks of the United States Congress had a personal relationship with slavery with more than 1,700 being slaveowners, according to an analysis by The Washington Post. Our weekly NodeXL curation of the most popular data journalism stories on Twitter also features a visualization of the size of the Tonga eruption, an analysis of how Twitter is being used ahead of a high-stakes election in the Philippines, and a critique of some of the maps used to illustrate the situation on the Russia-Ukraine border amid fears of a military incursion.

Data Journalism

Data Journalism Top 10: Beirut Blast, Predicting Crime, US Election Simulators, and COVID in Ukraine

What was the magnitude of the Beirut port blast and how did it compare to other infamous explosions in history? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from August 31 to September 6 finds Reuters illustrating just how powerful last month’s blast was in relation to the Chernobyl disaster and other explosions. The Tampa Bay Times highlighted how a county sheriff’s office is using an algorithm to supposedly predict and intercept the criminals of the future, while The New York Times used satellite maps to show how physical and political geographies interact across the United States. ESPN has been looking into the potential of people in college football crowds to become COVID-19 super-spreaders, and Slate analyzed the overuse of the word “murmur” in the popular Twilight novel series.

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GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: School Shootings, Trains vs Planes, Ukraine-Russia Trade, UK Airport Crimes

What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from Aug 27 to Sept 2 finds @nytclimate personalizing climate change, @npr fact-checking the US Education Department’s school shooting data, @dwnews calculating the cost of travel to the environment, and @junkcharts dissecting the strengths of Thailand cave rescue data visualizations.

News & Analysis

Arson Attack on Ukraine’s Rivne Investigative Center

An arsonist attempted to burn down the Rivne Investigative Reporting Agency in western Ukraine on Thursday evening, according to staff members and associates. An unknown attacker entered the newsroom’s first floor office, doused it with a flammable liquid and set it ablaze. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported.

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Ukraine’s Mezhyhirya Fest To Focus on War Crimes, Security

For the second time, organizers of MezhyhiryaFest are going to bring together more than 300 journalists and public activists on June 6-7, establishing a tradition of celebrating the Journalist’s Day in the former billion-dollar estate of runaway President Viktor Yanukovych, who continues to hide out from murder and corruption charges in Russia.

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Ukraine: Amid Attacks, Crimea Center Returns, New Sites Archived

We have several reports on Ukraine today. First, some good news: GIJN’s member in Crimea, the Crimean Center for Investigative Journalism, is back in its office after vigilantes seized it on March 2. Spurred by the attack, GIJN worked with the Internet Archive to back up its site, and now we’ve helped preserve seven more independent media sites in Ukraine. And then the bad news: attacks continue on the media there, chronicled in a harrowing list of incidents compiled by the Crimean Center.

News & Analysis

YanukovychLeaks: How Ukraine Journalists Are Making History

In the hours after Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev, reports started surfacing that there were documents floating in the reservoir on his palatial 350-acre estate outside the capital. The estate is well known to the media as an off-limits location; journalists, in fact, had never entered more than 300 yards past the front gate, and even at the height of Yanukovych’s openness and good relations, journalists had only been allowed to the front door to receive cakes on journalism day.

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Violence, Impunity Take No Holiday for Ukraine Journalists

While most of the Christian West woke up on Christmas morning to messages of peace on earth and goodwill to mankind, events in Ukraine continued down a bloody and almost heathen, medieval path. The physical assaults in the last month on journalists, activists, and demonstrators are too numerous to keep track of without a scorecard and a timeline. But the trend is so clear that even the most witless criminal investigator can see the pattern.

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From Space to Story in Data Journalism

Over the past 10 years satellite imagery has become an important component of data journalism. In the next 10, it will likely evolve further, from a tool used primarily for illustrating stories to an integral part of research and investigative reporting.