Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will resign his position immediately following a landmark decision by his country's Supreme Court. Sharif has been under fire since last year, when leaked documents appeared to show his family had hidden wealth in shell companies overseas. Earlier this month, investigators revealed that crucial financial documents provided by the Sharifs used Microsoft's Calibri font but were dated from before that font was publicly released.
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Back in April, the family of Pakistan's scandal-plagued prime minister landed in the crosshairs of an investigation relating to the leaked Panama Papers. This week, the team handling the investigation concluded that documents signed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's family were fraudulent due to the fact that they were purportedly from 2006 but used Microsoft's Calibri font, which wasn't publicly released until 2007.
Since the first reports of the massive Panama Papers leak, Mossack Fonseca -- the company responsible for creating offshore accounts for some of the world's richest and most powerful people -- has claimed the leak was the result of an outside hack. Recent reports have pointed to an outdated Outlook login and web portal software as possibly weak security points in Mossack's network.
The Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca has spoken out about the huge data leak it's suffered, claiming it's been the victim of an external hack.