The U.S. Treasury Department on Friday imposed sanctions on the Iranian sovereign wealth fund and the central bank, marking the first U.S. response to attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities that Washington and Riyadh have blamed on Tehran or its proxies.
Jammal Trust Bank SAL on Tuesday announced the board’s decision to liquidate the bank, weeks after the U.S. sanctioned the Lebanese lender for its facilitation of Hizballah.
A New Jersey man was charged Thursday by prosecutors in New York with providing material support to, and receiving training from, Hizballah.
Gibran Rodriguez-Mejia, a lawyer from Sinaloa, Mexico, was sentenced by a U.S. judge to eight years in prison for laundering millions of dollars in drug proceeds for the Sinaloa Cartel.
Six people were indicted in Taiwan for allegedly forging customs documents that allowed them to use a vessel to illicitly divert oil through ship-to-ship transfers to undeclared buyers, local prosecutors said.
The MS-21 passenger jet was publicly unveiled for the first time on Aug. 27 at the international MAKS-2019 air show in Zhukovskiy, Russia.
North Korea has used Hong Kong-registered front companies to evade sanctions and move money, according to recent reports by a United Nations sanctions-monitoring panel and an international financial watchdog.
The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned three individuals and 16 entities over their connections to Alex Saab, a Colombian businessman charged in the U.S. with profiting off corruption in Venezuela.
The U.S. Treasury Department said Tuesday that it reached an agreement with British Arab Commercial Bank PLC (BACB) over the bank’s violations of Sudanese sanctions regulations.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday issued proposed regulations that would implement a congressionally mandated overhaul of the national security reviews conducted on certain acquisitions of U.S. companies by foreign firms.