EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jimmy Carter congratulates Panama on a “superb job."
Panama inaugurated larger new canal locks on Sunday, doubling the capacity of the strategic waterway. Carter says history proves he was right to sign the historic 1977 treaties that gave Panama control of the canal.
"Brexit" vote alarms immigrant rights groups in U.S.
Trump hails U.K. decision to leave the European Union as a vote "to reassert control over their own politics, border and economy." U.S. voters can do the same in November, he says.
Report: IT worker detained in Geneva over Panama papers leak
The arrest came after the law firm at the center of the so-called "Panama Papers" leak filed a complaint in Switzerland over the alleged theft of its data
Psychology of a suicide bomber
Professor Ariel Merari explains the minds behind political and religious martyrdom.
Panama Papers Round Two: journalists release database
Members of the public can now search the list of secret offshore companies and the people behind them, ICIJ says.
The anonymous informant who leaked the Panama Papers reveals motives
The leak prompted the Obama administration to announce new measures on Friday to combat tax evasion and money laundering
Getting clicks or getting help? Digital storytelling of humanitarian emergencies
Human Rights Watch turns to digital storytelling techniques in humanitarian campaigns to capture audiences – and donors
The Unravelling, photos by Marcus Bleasdale/V11
International charities and rights organizations, as well as United Nations agencies, are increasingly using such digital storytelling techniques in their campaigns to capture audiences – and donors
The story of a patient with falciparum, the most lethal malaria parasite
While visiting a modest clinic near Memot, a rural area of Cambodia, we came across a patient who tested positive for the disease.
Malaria refuses to disappear
The number of cases has declined worldwide, but now resistance to drugs threatens to reverse these gains. We visited Southeast Asia to understand its magnitude.
Panama Papers: Major U.S. security contractor went offshore too
Triple Canopy, one of U.S.’s biggest wartime military contractors, caught up in Panama Papers
Tigers in U.S. captivity outnumber those in wild
It is estimated that there are about 10,000 tigers in U.S. zoos and private homes, while only 3,890 remain in the wild
Art works caught up in Panama Papers secret deals
Locked in the files of a Panama law firm are the answers to mysteries involving Van Goghs, Picassos, Rembrandts and other masterworks
Panama wants to be taken seriously. The Panama Papers are not helping
Panama Papers hurts image of already tarnished Central American tax haven
Panama Papers: An inside look at how the largest document leak in history was investigated
How a one-year investigation by 370 journalists in 76 countries, working in 25 languages, resulted in a massive publication by 109 global media outlets.