Congo-Brazzaville’s repressive government has quietly bought an arsenal from Azerbaijan. Opponents of President Denis Sassou-Nguesso say one recent cache is designed to tighten his grip on the nation.
An international team of investigative journalists has uncovered new facts about the lead-up to the explosion, which killed at least 182 people, injured over 6,000 and caused hundreds of thousands to lose their homes.
A Cold War military procurement program, preferred private contractors, and escalating drone strikes in Somalia.
At least $137 million of public funds was stolen from one of the world’s least developed countries through corrupt arms deals.