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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.
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The investigation has produced a daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls for more action to combat offshore financial secrecy.
Politicians, business executives and thousands of their supporters have responded with vitriol, threats, cyberattacks and lawsuits.
A government-appointed panel has told Panama to address opacity in its financial system and do more to stop the flow of dark money.
The $440,000 penalty followed a six-month investigation triggered by revelations from the Panama Papers.
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- After Panama Papers success, ICIJ goes independent
- Lawsuit: World Bank arm aided firm that hired 'death squads'
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