King Abdullah II of Jordan denied any impropriety, citing security needs for keeping the transactions quiet. No public funds were used, the royal court said. Photo: UN Web TV via AP
King Abdullah II of Jordan denied any impropriety, citing security needs for keeping the transactions quiet. No public funds were used, the royal court said. Photo: UN Web TV via AP

Pandora Papers highlight secret wealth of world leaders, billionaires

  • Sprawling investigation reveals powerful billionaires, current and former world leaders, affiliated with companies that use offshore tax havens
  • Report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists involved 600 journalists from 150 media outlets in 117 countries

Topic |   Millionaires and billionaires
King Abdullah II of Jordan denied any impropriety, citing security needs for keeping the transactions quiet. No public funds were used, the royal court said. Photo: UN Web TV via AP
King Abdullah II of Jordan denied any impropriety, citing security needs for keeping the transactions quiet. No public funds were used, the royal court said. Photo: UN Web TV via AP
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