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Zeynep Sentek is a Turkish journalist specialising in investigations, human rights, workers' rights, and military issues.
She also coordinates Turkey-related investigations of the independent news platform The Black Sea, and is part of the European Investigative Collaborations (EIC) network. Her work has been published in De Correspondent, Vice News, Mediapart, Der Spiegel, Bianet, among others.
Through the EIC network, she recently worked on the cross-border project Malta Files, which exposed the offshore riches of Turkey’s prime minister and the first family.