Resignations

Where did this leak come from? It was obtained by Germany’s largest daily newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung. The data includes 13.4-million documents (1.4terabytes) from two offshore service providers, Appleby and Asiaciti Trust, and from the company registers of 19 tax havens. Where does the name Paradise Papers come from?From the fact that all the places involved […]

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Paradise Papers: The Congress also hit out at the BJP government, saying it had not taken action and disclosed the names of those who figured in the earlier HSBC and Liechtenstein lists and Panama Papers, and asked the government to order a probe into the Paradise Papers finding. Paradise Papers: European Union pushes for first-ever […]

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Islamabad: Pakistan’s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif Tuesday appeared before an anti-graft court to face trial in corruption cases against him in the Panama Papers scandal that forced him to resign. Sharif, 67, appeared before the Accountability Court Islamabad along with his daughter Maryam and son-in-law Captain (retired) Mohammad Safdar. File image of Nawaz Sharif. […]

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Wilbur Ross is a billionaire businessman turned U.S. commerce secretary. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images Karl Marx famously defined capital as value through motion. To make capital work in a complex global economy of markets, derivatives, and computer analyses, wealth is accumulated, inherited, invested, divested and diversified through assets, companies, holdings and trusts. The motion never […]

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The majority of the Maltese people have chosen to remain silent. Silent in the face of this horrible chapter in our lives as journalists – an episode that we would have never wished to have faced. The wish of the Caruana Galizia family for the President of the Republic not to attend for the funeral […]

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An enormous document leak of over 13 million files was revealed on Sunday, in what is being collectively referred to as the Paradise Papers. It’s one of the biggest data leaks in history, and involves the elaborate offshore assets of top politicians and corporations, as well as some of the world’s wealthiest individuals and celebrities. […]

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Pakistan‘s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif today appeared before an anti-graft court which adjourned till November 7 the hearing of corruption cases against him in the Panama Papers scandal that forced him to resign. Sharif, who returned to the country from London yesterday, during the brief hearing submitted two surety bonds of five million rupees […]

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Justice minister Owen Bonnici gave a detailed speech in Parliament last night, in which he defended the Attorney General against calls for his resignation which have intensified since the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.  Rebutting criticism that Attorney General Peter Grech had abandoned his responsibilities when he failed to investigate the Panama Papers, Bonnici […]

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Justice minister Owen Bonnici gave a detailed speech in Parliament last night, in which he defended the Attorney General against calls for his resignation which have intensified since the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.  Rebutting criticism that Attorney General Peter Grech had abandoned his responsibilities when he failed to investigate the Panama Papers, Bonnici […]

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Both former prime ministers involved in the Panama paper scandals, Bjarni Benediktsson and Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, have been re-elected to the Icelandic parliament. A new government has not been formed as of yet, but informal negotiations between parties are underway. Bjarni Benediktsson’s Independent party got the majority of votes in the election on Saturday, 25,2%. […]

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