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Authoritarian ex-president Yahya Jammeh is said to have plundered more than 11 million dollars from Gambia before fleeing into exile.
Judge in Brazil graft probe dies in plane crash
Teori Zavascki's death raises questions over who will take over the country's biggest corruption case.
Samsung top boss faces arrest
The head of the Samsung group has been questioned behind closed doors about his alleged role in a corruption scandal that has led parliament to impeach President Park Guen-hye.
South Korea: arrest warrant sought for Samsung's de facto chief
South Korea's special prosecutors' office seeks the arrest of Samsung's de facto leader, Lee Jae-yong on allegations of corruption.
South Korea prosecutor to decide on Samsung leader's arrest warrant
Samsung's vice chairman Jay Y Lee may be the next head to roll in the influence-peddling scandal which led to the impeachment of South Korea's president.
Samsung chief becomes suspect in South Korea political scandal
The heir apparent of tech giant Samsung has become a criminal suspect in a widening corruption probe engulfing South Korean president Park Geun-Hye.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde found guilty over tycoon payout
A French court ruled the country's ex-finance minister was negligent over a 400m euro state payment, but issued no sentence.
Russian economy minister charged with bribery
60-year-old technocrat Alexei Ulyukayev is the highest-ranking Russian official to be arrested while in office since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Brazil's former finance minister is arrested
Observers say it is a sign that a sweeping corruption investigation is closing in on the inner circle of the leftist Workers Party leadership, who ran the South American country for 13 years.
Ex-EU official Kroes under pressure over Bahamas directorship
Just two months after its former president joined Goldman Sachs, the European Commission has been caught up in another corporate scandal.
Former EU commissioner Neelie Kroes fails to declare directorship of offshore firm
A fresh leak of tax haven data has named former European commissioner Neelie Kroes as having failed to declare her directorship of an offshore firm in the Bahamas while in…
Brazil's former president Lula to stand trial on charges related to the Petrobras scandal
Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is to stand trial on obstruction of justice charges related to the Petrobras corruption scandal.
LuxLeaks whistleblowers convicted but not jailed
Two French whistleblowers have been convicted in the so-called LuxLeaks tax scandal, but have avoided jail.
FIFA lawyers accuse Blatter, Valcke and Kattner of profiteering
Lawyers acting for FIFA claim disgraced former president Sepp Blatter, ex-secretary general Jerome Valcke and his former deputy Markus Kattner wrongly profited by some 70 million euros over the past f
Santander's Madrid HQ raided in tax evasion probe
Police have raided Spanish bank Santander's headquarters in Madrid as part of an investigation into possible tax evasion.
Bitcoin creator allegedly unmasked
Australian technology entrepreneur Craig Wright has said he is the creator of bitcoin, which could have major ramifications for the controversial digital currency.
Why are journalists the only victims of Hungary's central bank crisis?
Foundations funded by the Central Bank of Hungary (MNB) last week lost their right to keep details of their spending secret. It turned our that
The consequences of the Panama Papers
Panama Papers leak has dominated the news headlines over the past week with new names and details emerging every day. I'm off to film
Panama Papers lessons
Panama is at the centre of a global hurricane sparked by the leak of a huge list of documents which have become known as the “Panama Papers”
David Cameron admits to profiting from father's offshore funds
Cameron said he owned a stake in the the Blairmore investment fund and sold it off for 31,500 pounds (38940 euros) in 2010 before becoming prime minister.
EU's Moscovici urges tougher action on tax havens
The European Commission on Thursday renewed its vow to tackle global tax avoidance following the publication of the so-called Panama Papers. It made
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IMF's Lagarde on Panama Papers, Greece default risk, refugee crisis & more
There does not appear to be much to smile about when it comes to the global economy these days: new massive tax evasion scandal; Europe’s continuing
Iceland announces snap election as temporary leader takes over
The fallout from the Panama Papers has left Iceland with a new prime minister and the prospect of snap elections. Fisheries and Agriculture Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson has been chosen to lead th
Police raid Uefa offices in 'Panama Papers' probe
Swiss police have raided the offices of European football's governing body Uefa.
'Panama Papers:' How are taxes avoided and assets hidden?
Holding money in offshore companies is not illegal. But in the wake of the “Panama papers” leak, it is claimed there is evidence of funds being
Poroshenko defends offshore assets amid 'Panama Papers' leak
The Ukrainian President says he's done nothing wrong, as lawmakers call for an investigation into allegations he used an offshore firm to avoid tax.