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GIJC13 Opens in Rio! Check Conference Site for Coverage

GIJC_Conference_Logo blueMore than 1300 journalists from 87 countries have flocked to Rio de Janeiro for the 8th Global Investigative Journalism Conference this weekend. This is the largest ever international gathering of investigative journalists, and there’s lots of excitement, networking, and big stories in the air. For coverage of the 150 panels, workshops, and special events, check out our website,

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