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  • David Cameron responds to father's involvement

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the Panama Papers leak including UK Prime Minister David Cameron responding to questions about the involvement of his late father.

  • *France puts Panama back on blacklist. LONDON/ REYKJAVIK, April 5- Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson is to resign, his party said on Tuesday, becoming the first casualty of leaked documents from a Panamanian law firm which have shone a spotlight on the finances of an array of politicians and public figures worldwide. Among those named in them...

  • *France puts Panama back on blacklist. LONDON/ REYKJAVIK, April 5- Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson is to step down after leaked documents from a Panamanian law firm showed his wife owned an offshore company with big claims on collapsed Icelandic banks, his party said. Earlier on Tuesday, Gunnlaugsson had asked Iceland's president to...

  • *France puts Panama back on blacklist. LONDON/ REYKJAVIK, April 5- Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson is to step down after leaked documents from a Panamanian law firm showed his wife owned an offshore company with big claims on collapsed Icelandic banks, his party said. And in China, the Beijing government dismissed as "groundless" reports...

  • Iceland PM re

    CNBC's Sue Herera reporting that Iceland's prime minister has stepped down as a result of being named in the release of the Panama Papers.

  • *France puts Panama back on blacklist. LONDON/ REYKJAVIK, April 5- The Panama Papers revelations plunged Iceland into a political crisis on Tuesday and British Prime Minister David Cameron came under fire from opponents who accused him of allowing a rich elite to dodge their taxes. Among those named in the documents are friends of Russian President Vladimir...

  • Iceland government under pressure over PM scandal

    Protestors are calling for the resignatino of Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson.

  • Panama Papers

    Panama can make transactions in dollars but outside of the U.S. government jurisdiction, explains Jim McCaughan from Principal Global Investors.

  • There's a political will on climate change: Iceland president

    Olafur Ragnar Grímsson, president of Iceland, explains why he is more optimistic for a good outcome from the COP21 climate change conference in Paris and says there is comprehensive political will and business vision.

  • Here are the top 20 countries in the world in which to form a business if you want it to have the best chance of success.

  • Melting Arctic like 'discovering a new Africa'

    Iceland's president calls the Arctic a 'new Africa' with its wealth of resources and new sea passages.

  • There are great benefits to developing the Arctic's amazing wealth of resources, if done carefully, according to Iceland's president.

  • Northern Lights in Iceland

    While Iceland's tourism industry appears to be flourishing, the country is still struggling to coax vacationers to the Nordic island nation.

  • Can Greece meet the IMF debt deadline?

    Anne Krueger, professor of International Economics at Johns Hopkins University, says Greece still has time to work out a new aid deal that will enable it to make a debt payment to the IMF by June 30.

  • Boats moored in a harbor in Iceland.

    A tiny city in northern Iceland has topped travel guide Lonely Planet’s list of the 10 best places to visit in Europe this summer.

  • Reykjavik downtown, Iceland

    Iceland is to introduce a 39 percent exit tax on assets from its failed banks, as part of moves to lift capital controls.

  • Iceland prepares to lift capital controls

    Bjarni Benediktsson, finance minister for Iceland, tells CNBC about the country's decision to lift capital controls which were imposed in 2008.

  • Alphorn players perform in Nendaz, Switzerland.

    Switzerland is the happiest place on Earth, thanks to its high performing GDP and healthy life expectancy rates of its citizens.

  • The Eyjafjallajškull volcano in Iceland.

    If enormous heat deep in the heart of Iceland's volcanoes can be harnessed for geothermal energy, the industry may be set for a revolution.

  • Iceland: Slashes rates for first time in two years

    Governor of the Central Bank of Iceland, Már Gudmundsson says that they've finally "conquered inflation" and does "not fear" a widespread disinflationary scenario in Iceland.