Midweek Roundup: Colombia Arrests Alleged Head of Massive Laundering Scheme, EU to Appeal Hamas Decision, and More

Argentine special prosecutor Albert Nisman was found dead in his apartment Monday, days after he publicly accused the country's president and top diplomat of covering up the involvement of Iranian officials in the 1994 deadly bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires in exchange for a favorable oil deal, according to Bloomberg. Nisman's body was discovered hours before he was scheduled to present evidence at a congressional hearing to support his claims. More Colombian authorities Tuesday arrested the chief executive officer of gold export company CI Goldex SA for allegedly planning and executing the country's largest-ever money laundering scheme,...