Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned April 5, 2016, after documents leaked in a media investigation allegedly link him to an offshore company that would represent a serious conflict of interest, according to information leaked from a Panamanian law firm at the center of an international tax evasion scheme. In photo, Gunnlaugsson writes during a parliamentary session in Reykjavik on April 4, 2016.
Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned April 5, 2016, after documents leaked in a media investigation allegedly link him to an offshore company that would represent a serious conflict of interest, according to information leaked from a Panamanian law firm at the center of an international tax evasion scheme. In photo, Gunnlaugsson writes during a parliamentary session in Reykjavik on April 4, 2016. Brynjar Gunnarsson AP
Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned April 5, 2016, after documents leaked in a media investigation allegedly link him to an offshore company that would represent a serious conflict of interest, according to information leaked from a Panamanian law firm at the center of an international tax evasion scheme. In photo, Gunnlaugsson writes during a parliamentary session in Reykjavik on April 4, 2016. Brynjar Gunnarsson AP

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