Good morning! Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday.
1. Thousands took to the streets of Reykjavik to call for Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson to step down after leaked documents linked him to an offshore company. The connection was revealed in the Panama Papers, a leak of 11.5 million documents from a Panamanian law firm.
2. Nest, a smart-home company owned by Google’s holding company Alphabet, is dropping support for a line of products — and will make customers’ existing devices completely useless. The move that has infuriated some customers.
3. South African President Jacob Zuma faces an impeachment attempt in parliament on Tuesday after the country’s top court ruled that he had violated the constitution over spending on his private residence.
5. The entire Turkish citizenship database has allegedly been hacked and uploaded to the internet. A website purportedly shows the personal details of 49,611,709 Turkish citizens.
6. ISIS militants attacked Syrian army troops with mustard gas in an offensive against a Syrian military airport in the eastern province of Deir al-Zor that borders Iraq,state media said on late Monday.
7. Spanish tax authorities said they are investigating allegations of tax irregularities involving Barcelona and Argentina footballer Lionel Messi following the release of the Panama Papers.Messi and his family deny any wrongdoing.
8. Activity levels across the global manufacturing sector expanded at the slowest pace in nearly three years in the first quarter of 2016. The latest JP Morgan-Markit global manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) rose 0.5 points to 50.5 last month.
10. Flash floods triggered by heavy rain in Pakistan have killed at least 55 people.Rescuers were trying on Monday to help thousands of survivors including some cut off by a landslide in a mountain valley.
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