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Panama Papers: Mossack Fonseca says leak came from hack

Co-founder of Mossack Fonseca firm denies leak was an inside job, saying his company was victim of hackers from abroad.

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France places Panama back on list of tax havens

French Finance Minister puts Panama back on list of countries that don't cooperate in catching tax evaders.

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Iceland's PM resigns over 'Panama Papers' scandal

Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson steps down after thousands call for his resignation following leak revealing tax avoidance.

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BP ordered to pay $20bn over 2010 oil spill

US federal judge approves settlement that covers environmental damage and other claims by five states along Gulf coast.

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Panama Papers: Huge leak alleges elites hiding money

Massive data leak from Panama firm throws spotlight on offshore dealings of world leaders, criminals and celebrities.

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France: Mass protests against proposed labour reforms

Supporters of changes say they will make country more competitive, but critics believe workers will have fewer rights.

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US charges Iranian hackers over alleged cyber attacks

Seven hackers linked to the Iranian government indicted for targeting 46 financial institutions and a New York dam.

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Volkswagen recalls 800,000 SUVs over pedal issue

German car giant says recall is a precautionary measure to fix a potential faulty component on the pedal mechanism.

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Indonesia's Jakarta shut down by taxi-driver protest

Capital's traffic stands still after drivers demonstrate violently against new ride-hailing app services such as Uber.

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Roger Agnelli, family members die in Brazil plane crash

Former Vale CEO Agnelli, his wife and two children among seven dead after private jet slams into building in Sao Paulo.

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