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High blood sugar levels linked to 3.7 million deaths each year, says WHO; Big rise in executions worldwide; Mystery of three hares racing in a circle.
(Photo: Diabetes test; Photographer: Peter Byrne; Credit: Press Association)
Judges at the International Criminal Court in the Hague throw out charges of crimes against humanity brought against Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto; Iceland's Prime Minister becomes the first political casualty of the "Panama Papers" leak; The president who DJs in Estonia.
(Photo: William Ruto sits in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court in 2011. Credit: Bas Czerwinski/AP)
Story of the data leak & investigation; Myanmar army protest; Hannibal dung.
Photograph shows the building where is the office of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca in Panama City, Panama. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Further analysis and reaction to the massive leak of financial documents from Panama; The Commonwealth has a new Secretary-General; A team of BBC reporters is expelled from Djibouti ahead of presidential elections. (Photo: Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty Images)
Tax haven papers leaked; Greece starts deporting migrants to Turkey; Kim Philby tape found.
Photograph shows the Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson. An investigation by more than 100 media groups revealed the hidden offshore assets of around 140 political figures, among them Gunnlaugsson. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Law firm helped some clients launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax; the pressure on President Jacob Zuma of South Africa looks set to continue this coming week; Marcel Khalifa plays in London and speaks to Newshour.
(Photo: Panama Papers Credit: BBC)