How almost 400 journalists around the world collaborated on Paradise Papers
On Sunday, barely a year after the Panama Papers scandal broke, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) announced another anonymous leak of documents, this time from a law firm in Bermuda. Journalists began working on the documents in secret in March after a meeting of media partners in Munich, Germany.
In photos: 20 facts about the Paradise Papers leak
Here is a pictorial summary of how the Paradise Papers leak came into the hands of journalists and what it revealed.
Leaked documents expose secret tale of Apple’s offshore island hop
Elite tax advisers help Apple Inc. and other corporate giants skirt impacts of crackdown on 'Double Irish' maneuvers.
Offshore gurus help rich avoid taxes on jets and yachts
Buying a $27-million private jet or plush mega-yacht means millions in sales taxes — unless you know the right pro.
Nike stays ahead of the regulators
When one tax loophole closes, another opens. A flow of trademark royalties had helped Nike build a $6.6 billion pile of cash offshore by June 2014. This sum had been taxed at just 3 percent outside the United States. And because it remained offshore, it had yielded no U.S. tax at all.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has business ties with Venezuela's PDVSA, despite U.S. sanctions
Venezuela's state oil company is a client of Navigator Holding, of which Ross has been a shareholder since 2011.
‘Offshore Magic Circle’ law firm has record of compliance failures
Secret stash of documents provide inside view of storied Bermuda-headquartered legal practice.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross benefits from business ties to Putin’s inner circle
Trump cabinet member retains a stake in company that provides shipping for Putin son-in-law and sanctioned oligarchs
Justin Trudeau’s chief fundraiser linked to offshore tax maneuvers, records show
Long-standing offshore ties of the Liberal Party moneyman and his famous family provide jarring contrast to Canadian prime minister’s campaign for tax fairness
Offshore trove exposes Trump-Russia links and piggy banks of the wealthiest 1 percent
A new leak of confidential records reveals the financial hideaways of iconic brands and power brokers across the political spectrum
Bermuda: how a quiet island became an offshore financial paradise
The tiny British island is a major hub for the super-rich and multinational corporations, who use its tax-free offshore financial system to hide their wealth.
This is the bloody war on drugs in the Philippines that's been praised by Trump
When Rodrigo Duterte was sworn in as Philippines’ president in June 2016, he declared a war on drug traffickers and users. Since then, Human Rights groups estimate more than 12,000 people have been killed in this offensive they call "a war on the poor." Univision News traveled to Manila and witnessed this conflict first hand.
Video: Así es la sangrienta guerra contra las drogas en Filipinas que apoya Trump
Cuando Rodrigo Duterte llegó al poder en Filipinas en junio de 2016 declaró una guerra contra narcotraficantes y consumidores de drogas. Grupos de derechos humanos calculan que ya van más de 12,000 muertos en una ofensiva que tachan de “guerra contra los pobres”. Univision Noticias viajó a la capital del país y fue testigo de este conflicto.
In photos: Barcelona in happier times - from Gaudi to Messi.
On other pages of this website you can find graphic coverage of the Las Ramblas terror attack in Barcelona. For those who prefer not to see those images, and instead would like to recall the marvelous sights of one of Europe's most popular cities, Univision News compiled this slideshow.
Manhunt for attackers in Barcelona, suspects in custody
Senior Spanish police official says suspects in two attacks are in custody as King Felipe joins crowds to reopen Las Ramblas: "We are not afraid."