Bellingcat @bellingcat Award-winning open source investigation. Want to donate? See here: www.patreon.com/bellingcat May. 08, 2019 1 min read

Bellingcat has been working with @lesoir @knack @vrt and @LHreports investigating the sales of Belgian arms across the world, including to Saudi Arabia, where they end up used in Yemen #BelgianArms  https://www.lesoir.be/222899/article/2019-05-08/des-armes-fabriquees-en-wallonie-tuent-au-yemen 

In this thread Benjamin Strick details the various findings and techniques used to make those findings that were part of the #BelgianArms project.

If you want to learn how to do these sorts of investigations yourself we're currently offering workshops in Munich, Zurich, and Berkeley  https://www.bellingcat.com/resources/events/2019/05/06/new-bellingcat-workshops-announced-for-munich-berkeley-and-zurich/ 

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