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Tax havens accuse US of 'hypocrisy' over tax avoidance

A group of Tax Havens have accused larger countries like the United States of “hypocrisy” when it comes to cracking down on tax avoidance.
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Livid Dilma Rousseff rails against "coup" and evokes military dictatorship as she is suspended from office

President Dilma Rousseff has bowed to a vote in the Brazilian Senate to suspend her from office and face an impeachment trial for alleged fiddling of national budget numbers while blasting the move as “fraudulent”, “a coup” and a “farce”.
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Dilma Rousseff: Brazilian president suspended as Senate votes for impeachment trial

Dilma Rousseff denies allegations of wrongdoing, and insists that the impeachment is politically motivated Brazil has been plunged into renewed political turnoil after The Senate voted to impeach president Dilma Rousseff
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President Dilma Rousseff on the brink as Brazil's Senate begins vote that could suspend her from office

The extraordinary political turmoil in Brazil reached a watershed on Wednesday as members of the Senate neared a final vote to suspend President Dilma Rousseff from office for up to six months and put her on trial for alleged misdeeds in economic policy.
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Anti-Corruption Summit 2016: Cameron facing calls to reform offshore tax havens as world leaders arrive in London

David Cameron will hail the beginning of a new global crackdown on Corruption when he hosts world leaders and officials from more than 50 countries for an unprecedented summit in London. But The Prime Minister faced growing calls for the UK to get its own house in order and reform the offshore Tax Havens operating on its own Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories.
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Brazil's Senate set for Dilma Rousseff impeachment vote after annulment decision is reversed

The acting leader of the lower house of the Brazilian Congress has reversed a controversial decision to annul a key vote in the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff.
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Panama Papers leak: How you can finally read the documents from the tax dodging scandal

Documents showing how thousands of individuals and companies are linked to the Panama Papers tax dodging scandal are about to be published online, meaning members of the public will be able to search through the data.

Panama Papers: Journalists publish leaked data online despite legal threats

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) made data on 200,000 entities available on its website on Monday evening. They contain basic corporate information about companies, trusts and foundations set up in 21 jurisdictions including Hong Kong and the US state of Nevada. The data was obtained from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, which said it was hacked.

Panama Papers: Whistleblower breaks silence to explain why they leaked the 11.5m files

The Whistleblower behind the massive Panama Papers data leak has broken their silence to explain how injustice drove them to release the information. The leaker - whose identity remains a secret - wrote a column for German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung explaining their reasoning and insisting they were not a spy.
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Rafael Correa: Ecuador leader demands release of Panama Papers then realises he's in them

Ecuador leader demands release of Panama Papers then realises he's in them
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