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ICIJ welcomes interest from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office in its Panama Papers project, but it will not be taking part in any official investigation.
More than a dozen banks have been ordered to turn over details of their communications with Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca.
Forced displacement is one of the most common and intractable harms caused by World Bank projects, a new report has found.
The search of the law firm's headquarters comes after a number of raids and global action taken in response to the Panama Papers revelations.
Tax officials from 28 nations met in Paris on Wednesday to develop a strategy for collaborative action based on Panama Papers revelations.
David Cameron has tried to defuse public anger over details of his offshore holdings, announcing new steps aimed at boosting transparency.
The Prime Minister of Iceland has stepped aside in the wake of Panama Papers revelations.
A new ICIJ investigation based on a trove of more than 11 million files reveals the offshore links of some of the planet’s most prominent people.
A $600 million loan to Ethiopia’s government lacks proper oversight and “reinvents” a previous loan that was used to finance violent evictions, a new report says.
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