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Panama Papers’ Ramon Fonseca Dies Before Sentencing

Panamanian lawyer Ramon Fonseca, one of the heads of the now-defunct law firm Mossack Fonseca that was at the epicenter of the global "Panama...

Panama Papers Scandal: Mossack Fonseca Trial Concludes

The hearings of the trial for alleged money laundering against the heads of the defunct Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, epicenter of the international...

Panama Papers Lawyers Face 12-Year Prison Sentence

The Panamanian prosecutor's office asked on Wednesday for 12 years in prison, the maximum penalty for money laundering, for Jürgen Mossack and Ramón Fonseca,...

Panama Papers Trial Begins: 27 Accused of Money Laundering

Twenty-seven people will be tried starting this Monday for the "Panama Papers" case, eight years after this scandal broke out, revealing how personalities from...

Arrest warrants issued for founders of Panama Papers firm: report

The Panama Papers, a massive data leak in April 2016, exposed widespread tax avoidance and evasion using complex structures of offshore shell companies and caused an international outcry.

Finance Ministry investigation finds 120 companies, corporations linked to Panama Papers

The Finance Ministry investigation has fully identified a total of 69 local companies and corporations with links to cases listed in the Panama Papers. The remaining 51 are still under investigation.

Quiet tip unleashed Panama Papers

Unprecedented collaboration among 100 news organizations worldwide resulted in the coordinated release of dozens of news stories about the Panama Papers.

Panama Papers scandal cracks open window for Costa Rica tax reform

The widespread scandal over the offshore dealings of individuals and firms revealed in the so-called "Panama Papers" may offer a window for the administration of Luis Guillermo Solís to push through at least some of its proposed fiscal reforms.

Argentina opposition attacks Macri over Panama Papers

Argentine President Mauricio Macri's opponents attacked him Tuesday over his involvement in two offshore companies after his name appeared in the so-called Panama Papers leaks.

Iceland premier resigns in Panama Papers scandal

Iceland's prime minister resigned Tuesday, becoming the first political victim of a mushrooming worldwide scandal over hidden offshore financial dealings.

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