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GIJN Weekly Bulletin -- Jun 3, 2015
The Top Ten #ddj
 


Each week GIJN features the world's most popular tweets on data journalism, using network mapper NodeXL. Here's our latest Top Ten #ddj, for May 22-29, with items on same-sex marriage; Code for Africa; Canada's International Open Data Conference; an atlas of German neo-Nazis; and more.
When Sources Lie

How do reporters know when sources lie? Heinrich Böhmke of the African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting warns journalists to apply a tough standard even when sources seem confident and have consistent stories.
The Data Sleuths of San José 

Here's how a team of Costa Rican reporters used data journalism to tackle corruption. implicating three ex-presidents, sending two of them to jail. 
GIJC15 Deadlines Near

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Stories of the Week


How FIFA Was Nailed, Daily Mail 

Azerbaijan: Aliyevs’ Telecom Offshores, OCCRP/SVT

London's House of Secrets, New Yorker

India: Mumbai’s Death Traps, Mid-Day

South Africa: Cancer Valley, M&G

France: Le Pen's Swiss Account, Mediapart

China: Poisoned Workers, Wired 

Mexico: President’s Hidden Land Deal, Reuters

Russia's Internet Trolls, NYT

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