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The Polk Awards judges lauded the reporting collaboration for sparking probes and reforms aimed at combating tax dodging and money laundering.
The founders of Mossack Fonseca were arrested on money laundering charges amid investigations into a major bribery scandal.
Tax agencies from 30 countries convened in Paris to share results and details on investigations sparked by the Panama Papers.
A second Luxembourg trial that has focused Europe’s attention on secret tax deals and the protection of whistleblowers has come to close.
Luxembourg’s second trial against two whistleblowers and a journalist will extend into the New Year as the Lux Leaks legal stoush continues.
The ExxonMobil chief nominated by Donald Trump to be Secretary of State was a director of an offshore company that had close dealings with Russia.
The journalism community lost two influential and well-respected members last week, with the passing of Phillip Knightley and David Donald.
As a second trial against a reporter and two whistleblowers nears, a new report claims the number of "sweetheart" tax deals has grown.
- After Panama Papers success, ICIJ goes independent
- Panama Papers investigation wins George Polk Award
- Former EU Official Among Politicians Named in New Leak of Offshore Files from The Bahamas
- New Law, New Loophole, New Business for Giant Global Bank HSBC
- Founders of Panama Papers law firm arrested after raids
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