Let’s lay bare more than one South Dakota tax haven. Let’s check out corruption networks that are endangering America’s political future, hastening environmental catastrophe, and prolonging the pandemic — before we also become a failed state.
This week’s headlines are ablaze with news of the Pandora Papers, the biggest ever leak of offshore financial secrets that detail hidden assets of the world’s richest individuals. While other scandalous data leaks have happened before,
Pandora papers have reportedly revealed that King Abdullah II has spent decades gathering an international luxury property empire worth over $100 million, ranging from the clifftops of Malibu, California,
A group of news organisations has released the following main findings after reviewing what it describes as a massive leak of confidential financial records revealing assets held offshore by politicians and public officials worldwide.
More than a dozen heads of state and government, including the King of Jordan and the Czech prime minister, have hidden millions in offshore tax havens, according to an investigation published on Sunday by the ICIJ media consortium.
The King of Jordan secretly spent more than £70m ($100m) on a property empire in the UK and US.Leaked financial documents identify a network of secretly-owned firms used by Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein to buy 15 homes since he assumed power in 1999.
I wanted to tell the story of two Ugandans, but decided last minute to tell that of two other Africans. Meet Teodorin Nguema Obiang. In December last year a French court fined him €30 million (USh130 billion) for corruption.