The fallout continues from the Panama papers document leak with Iceland's Prime Minister facing calls for his resignation.
FOX's Simon Owen explains from the European Bureau:
The Icelandic Prime Minister resigning, according to one of his top lawmakers. Two days after being caught up in an international tax-avoidance scandal.
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson is one of a number of world leaders and other high-profile figures, apparently named in a leak of millions of documents from a law firm in Panama.
Gunnlaugsson was linked to a hidden off-shore company. He insisted he'd done nothing wrong. But after two days of protests in Reykjavik, he's stepping down.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.