A group of journalists has launched a website making public more than 200,000 names and companies listed in the Panama Papers, the leaked documents that have sparked tax evasion and money laundering investigations worldwide.
Germany's federal investigators have paid up to 5 million euros for the trove of documents at the center of the so-called Panama Papers leak. While controversial, the purchase of stolen bank data is legal.
Pakistan's Supreme Court is set to conclude a corruption hearing against PM Nawaz Sharif. In a DW interview, Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, a member of Sharif's party, accuses "anti-democratic" forces of trying to oust the premier.
A Joint Investigation Team report has leveled serious charges against the Pakistani PM in the Panama Papers case. But renowned lawyer and activist Asma Jahangir tells DW the probe seeks regime change, not accountability.
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat called the snap election to quell ongoing corruption allegations linked to his family and associates. He has vowed to resign if any evidence of wrongdoing is uncovered.
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