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    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts
    Apr06

    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts

    The president of Ukraine became the latest prominent politician to deny wrongdoing Wednesday after his name was linked to secretive offshore accounts arranged by a Panama law firm. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts
    Apr06

    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts

    The president of Ukraine became the latest prominent politician to deny wrongdoing Wednesday after his name was linked to secretive offshore accounts arranged by a Panama law firm. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts
    Apr06

    Politicians, celebs deny abuse of offshore accounts

    BERLIN (AP) — The president of Ukraine became the latest prominent politician to deny wrongdoing Wednesday after his name was linked to secretive… …read more Source:...

    Polls Open in Dutch Referendum on Eu-ukraine Trade Deal
    Apr06

    Polls Open in Dutch Referendum on Eu-ukraine Trade Deal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands—The Dutch voted Wednesday in a referendum on a far-reaching free trade deal meant to foster closer ties between Ukraine and the European Union that has run into opposition in the Netherlands where many see it as evidence of unwanted EU expansionism. The non-binding vote in the Netherlands exposes deep divisions about this...

    Voting Begins in Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Trade Deal
    Apr06

    Voting Begins in Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Trade Deal

    The Dutch voted Wednesday in a referendum on a far-reaching free trade deal meant to foster closer ties between Ukraine and the European Union that has run into opposition in the Netherlands where many see it as evidence of unwanted EU expansionism. The non-binding vote in the Netherlands exposes deep divisions about this country’s place in...

    Iceland PM Says He Will Step Aside Temporarily, Not Resign
    Apr06

    Iceland PM Says He Will Step Aside Temporarily, Not Resign

    Iceland’s prime minister says he has not resigned, as previously reported, but has merely “suggested” that the vice chairman of his party take over the office “for an unspecified amount of time.” The announcement came in a news release from the prime minister’s office late Tuesday. The release continued to say...

    Ukraine Leader Defends Himself in Offshore Account Leaks
    Apr06

    Ukraine Leader Defends Himself in Offshore Account Leaks

    TOKYO—One day after the prime minister of Iceland resigned, the president of Ukraine defended himself Wednesday in the massive leak of records on offshore accounts that has named political officials, business and celebrities from around the world. President Petro Poroshenko said at a news conference in Tokyo that his case is significantly...

    CEO Says Malaysia Airlines Has First Monthly Profit in Years
    Apr06

    CEO Says Malaysia Airlines Has First Monthly Profit in Years

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—The chief executive of Malaysia Airlines said Wednesday that the carrier recorded a profit in February, its first positive monthly result in years, and is on track to return to the black by 2018. In an interview with The Associated Press, CEO Christoph Mueller described the airline as a “ship that has many leaks,” but said...

    Ukraine Leader Defends Himself in Offshore Account Leaks
    Apr06

    Ukraine Leader Defends Himself in Offshore Account Leaks

    One day after the prime minister of Iceland resigned, the president of Ukraine defended himself Wednesday in the massive leak of records on offshore accounts that has named political officials, business and celebrities from around the world. President Petro Poroshenko said at a news conference in Tokyo that his case is significantly different...

    IBU says it will delay rulings on meldonium doping cases
    Apr06

    IBU says it will delay rulings on meldonium doping cases

    MOSCOW (AP) — The International Biathlon Union says it will delay rulings on doping cases involving meldonium because there is no scientific consensus on how long it takes to leave the body. There have been at least 123 doping cases involving meldonium since it became illegal on Jan. 1, most notably Maria Sharapova. Many of those accused claim...