Police raided six Deutsche Bank offices in and around Frankfurt on Thursday over money laundering allegations linked to the "Panama Papers," the public prosecutor's office in Germany's financial capital said.
Nearly 1 million refugees and migrants have passed through Greece since the Syrian war began, leaving its environment and economy under duress — particularly during summers when tourism is in full swing.
Army Maj. Brian Arthur Hampton has spent most of the groups’ money on telemarketers — and himself. "Virtually none of that money goes to any public purpose," said James C. Edgar, who filed the complaint to the IRS against Hampton.
The US imposed tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods last month, escalating the tariff war between the world's two largest economies. But the cost of raw materials and high staff turnover in China is more worrisome for exporters than the US-China trade wars, according to a recent Reuters poll.
Bills? Groceries? School fees? Many Somalis have gone cashless, opting to use their mobile phones to send and receive money instead. But one study shows that the system lacks regulations and accountability.
After eight years of emergency loans, Greece on Monday exited the international bailout program that prevented it from going bankrupt. Far from celebrating, Greeks are still reeling from heavy pension cuts, tax hikes and troubling levels of unemployment.
Rick Gates, a former business associate to President Donald Trump's ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort, will continue to testify against his former boss and is expected to face a tough cross examination on Tuesday.