Weekly Roundup: Chinese Firm Accused of Fronting for North Korean Bank, Swiss Prosecutors Pursuing 25 FIFA Graft Cases, and More

U.S. prosecutors accused Chinese company Mingzheng International Trading Ltd. of wiring nearly $2 million to the United States for blacklisted North Korean lender Foreign Trade Bank in 2015, Reuters said. More Swiss prosecutors said they are investigating 25 corruption cases allegedly linked to world soccer governing body FIFA after receiving 178 reports of suspicious transactions believed tied to the scheme, the Associated Press reported. More U.S Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is investigating President Donald Trump's associates on suspicion that they funneled corrupt payments from Russian officials through offshore financial centers, a former official told The New York Times. More Mueller is...