Daniel Schulz is an investigative journalist based in Germany. 

Daniel was born in the GDR and grew up in the unified Germany. Together with Sabine Seifert he is head of the department of investigation and reportage at the German taz newspaper.

Daniel mostly writes about Eastern Europe, Eastern Germany and right wing extremism. His work has been awarded the Theodor Wolff Prize and the German Reporter Prize, among others.

Basic information

Daniel Schulz
Eastern Europe, Eastern Germany and right wing extremism

Supported projects

The Hunt for Gaddafi's Lost Treasure

  • Economy
  • Politics
  • Security

TRIPOLI - Before his death, Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi moved a giant fortune out of the country. It is gold, diamonds and cash worth billions of dollars – financed with revenues from the sale of oil. Although the international community has committed to returning assets stolen from autocrats, the whereabouts of much of it is unclear. And the hunt for Gaddafi's treasure is taking place in secret.