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Interview: Helen Clark, UN Secretary-General candidate

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Trade trouble: Will TTIP agreement see the light of day?

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On the trail of US-exiled cleric Gulen, arch enemy of Erdogan

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Discovering the 'father of African photography' and Nobuyoshi Araki’s erotic art

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US presidential race: Trump triumphs over Republican rivals

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'Time for a third party'

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US doubles recall of faulty airbags

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Papa Wemba is buried in Kinshasa

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Some Republican Party members dump Trump for Hillary

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tax evasion

Synthé: WASHINGTON, DCThe Panamanian authorities would love to stop being the centre of attention just for one day…Journalist: "Panama has a bad reputation, doesn't it?"UPSOUND, no synthé"Not at all, we've come here to refute these allegations."Panama's, and all of the whole world's finance leaders are in Washington these days.SOT Ivan ZARAK, Panamanian Vice Minister of EconomyThe head of one of the country's government-owned banks is on the defensive. SOT Rolando J. DE LEON DE ALBA, General Manager, Banco Nacionel de Panamá"We are not responsible for all that. We are working in a coordinated and transparent way to face the consequences of all this."American names were largely absent from the Panama Papers, but now Oxfam America says they are anything but innocent. Its report says the top 50 US companies have stored 1.4 trillion dollars in tax havens. SOT, Raymond OFFENHEISER, President, Oxfam AmericaThe European Union wants to be on the right side of history. It's calling for the world's biggest companies to declare its taxes openly, including those based in the US. Sot Pierre MOSCOVICI, European Commissioner for economy and taxation"."PTC, Philip CROWTHER"Now, Europe's five largest economies, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, have decided here to work closer together and to share data on tax avoidance. It's another direct consequence of the publication of the Panama Papers. "Synthé: Report by Philip Crowther and Gallagher Fenwick

Panama goes on the defensive in wake of leaks

Panamanian authorities would love to stop being the centre of attention just for one day.

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