Cameron, Argentina’s Macri caught in Panama Papers swirl

Argentine President Mauricio Macri delivers a speech at Casa Rosada Government Palace in Buenos Aires on April 7, 2016, after a prosecutor opened an investigation on his offshore financial dealings leaked in the Panama PapersThe storm unleashed by the so-called Panama Papers continued to swirl Thursday as British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted benefiting from his father's offshore trust and prosecutors opened an investigation into Argentine President Mauricio Macri. A host of world leaders, celebrities and sports stars have been caught up in the tempest created by the worldwide media investigation of the 11.5 million documents leaked from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Cameron, who has been on the defensive over the revelations about the secret financial dealings of the rich and powerful, admitted he held a £30,000 stake in an offshore fund set up by his late father.

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