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Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign criticized Donald Trump for putting “his own business interests ahead of the national interest.”
The U.S. Republican presidential nominee has slammed his opponent Hillary Clinton for cutting ‘deals with our foreign adversaries.'
Journalists presented their Panama Papers findings to a special EU committee set up to investigate money laundering and tax evasion.
The European Commission is considering action against a former top official following revelations she didn't declare her Bahamian company.
Now, for the first time, users can access corporate data from the Bahamas - including some politicians' offshore holdings - online for free.
Confidential emails revealed in the Panama Papers have opened a new front in a bitter court battle in Nevada.
Evicted and Abandoned has been named an Oakes Award finalist, marking the 11th time the project has been recognized by journalism prizes.
Journalists in Mongolia found politicians with links to offshore companies in the Panama Papers, sparking widespread public debate.
ICIJ analyzes five of the most significant changes to the bank’s social and environmental protection policies amid criticism from activists.
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