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    Xi Jinping’s family and Panama Papers: China blocks internet search terms, removes stories
    Apr05

    Xi Jinping’s family and Panama Papers: China blocks internet search terms, removes stories

    China has moved to limit coverage of the massive leak of documents from a Panamanian law firm that may have exposed financial wrongdoing by some of the world’s rich and powerful, blocking some search terms and removing certain stories online. The “Panama Papers” revealed financial arrangements of politicians and public figures...

    NATO is critical to security of United States: Barack Obama
    Apr05

    NATO is critical to security of United States: Barack Obama

    US President Barack Obama. US President Barack Obama has said NATO is “critical” to the security of America and its allies in Europe, a virtual rejection of Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s views that the intergovernmental military alliance has outlived its utility. “NATO continues to be the linchpin, the cornerstone of our collective...

    dna Morning Must Reads: From updates on Panama Papers to how West Indies rose from the ashes in World T20
    Apr05

    dna Morning Must Reads: From updates on Panama Papers to how West Indies rose from the ashes in World T20

    1. Panama Papers: Government sets up multi-agency probe team; Congress terms it cover-up bid According to ICIJ investigations, the mega-rich are using complex offshore structures to own mansions, yachts, art masterpieces and other assets, gaining tax advantages and anonymity not available to average people. Read more here 2. RBI likely to cut key...

    Afghanistan on top of NATO agenda: Stoltenberg
    Apr05

    Afghanistan on top of NATO agenda: Stoltenberg

    An Afghan laborer pushes his handcart in front of street art on a barrier wall of the NDS (National Directorate of Security) in Kabul, Afghanistan. “I want people to define who really are the heroes of my city _ the people who clean the city, for instance,” the 46-year-old artist Kabir Mokamel said. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul) NATO has said...

    ‘Panama Papers’ revelations trigger global probes
    Apr05

    ‘Panama Papers’ revelations trigger global probes

    PARIS: Several countries have launched tax evasion probes after a massive leak of confidential documents lifted the lid on the murky offshore financial dealings of a slew of politicians and celebrities. The scandal erupted on Sunday when media groups began revealing the results of a year-long investigation into a trove of 11.5 million documents...

    US says ‘reviewing’ Panama papers
    Apr05

    US says ‘reviewing’ Panama papers

    Panama papers: “We are aware of the reports and are reviewing them,” US Justice Department spokesman Peter Carr said. The US was reviewing the leaked ‘Panama papers’, which lifted the lid on the murky offshore financial dealings of a slew of politicians and celebrities across the world, including 500 from India, and will follow up on...

    Panama Papers reveal tax havens of rich, powerful
    Apr05

    Panama Papers reveal tax havens of rich, powerful

    London/Panama City, April 4 Governments across the world began investigating possible financial wrongdoing by the rich and powerful today after a leak of four decades of documents from a Panamanian law firm that specialised in setting up offshore companies. The “Panama Papers” revealed financial arrangements of global politicians and public...

    UK’s Farage says Dutch “No” would boost Brexit support
    Apr05

    UK’s Farage says Dutch “No” would boost Brexit support

    [LONDON] The leader of Britain’s UK Independence Party said on Monday that a Dutch vote against an EU treaty with Ukraine would give a boost to the Brexit camp less than three months from a British referendum on quitting the 28-nation bloc. …read more Source: The Business...

    Iceland gets the first jolt from Panama leak: Bloomberg View
    Apr05

    Iceland gets the first jolt from Panama leak: Bloomberg View

    [LONDON] The biggest data dump in the history of investigative journalism, the so-called Panama Papers, is having serious political consequences in one of the world’s smallest countries. The leaders of Russia, China, Ukraine and other large nations will survive the exposure of their sometimes tenuous links to offshore accounts, but the...

    Panama Papers: Probes launched as leaders face heat over leaks
    Apr04

    Panama Papers: Probes launched as leaders face heat over leaks

    The head of Mossack Fonseca, Ramon Fonseca, has denied any wrongdoing but said his firm had suffered a successful but “limited” hack on its database. He described the hack and leak as “an international campaign against privacy”. Governments across the world began investigating possible financial wrongdoing by the rich and powerful on Monday after...

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