UK leader under pressure over Panama Papers links, as Panama pledges transparency boost
Martha M. Hamilton · April 7, 2016

The global response to Panama Papers continues, with the British Prime Minister admitting to benefiting from an offshore fund set up by his father, pledges for reform and investigations from the U.K. and U.S., and a new committee established in Panama to probe the country’s financial transparency.

Panama Papers hit political agendas around the world
Martha M. Hamilton · April 6, 2016

U.S. President Barack Obama, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron among many to have reacted to ICIJ’s investigation.

Iceland Prime Minister Tenders Resignation Following Panama Papers Revelations
Ryan Chittum · April 5, 2016

The prime minister of Iceland said he would resign following mass protests triggered by reports from ICIJ and partners that he had owned an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands with his wife.

Investigations, protest, and call for election in Iceland as world responds to Panama Papers
Ryan Chittum and Hamish Boland-Rudder · April 5, 2016

The Panama Papers investigation has prompted a swift global response, including official investigations opened around the world, mass protests in the streets of Iceland’s capital, and an immediate censorship drive in China.