Car Bomb Kills Journalist Behind Panama Papers Offshore Tax Evasion InvestigationDaphne Caruana Galizia, 53 - dubbed a "one-woman WikiLeaks" - was killed as she was driving near the village of Bidnija in northern Malta
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A journalist who led the Panama Papers offshore tax evasion expose was killed today when a bomb blew up her car.
Investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia - dubbed a "one-woman WikiLeaks" - was killed as she was driving near the village of Bidnija in northern Malta.
She had filed a complaint to police a fortnight ago after receiving personal threats to her safety, local media said.
Caruana Galizia ran a hugely popular blog relentlessly highlighting cases of alleged corruption, often involving politicians from the Mediterranean island nation.
In Malta, she had led the coverage of the Panama Papers, a leak of millions of legal documents last year detailing financial details of offshore entities used by the rich and powerful to avoid tax.