Weekly Roundup: EU Readies Sanctions Lift for Belarus, Report Questions U.S. Accounts for Brazilian Money Launderer, and More

Uncertainty over who will become the next speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and political divisions among Republicans could result in another government shutdown by December, The New York Times said. More A shutdown in 2013 restricted the ability of the U.S. Treasury Department's sanctions arm to review license applications, ACAMS reported at the time. More The European Union is expected to lift sanctions against Belarus after President Alexander Lukashenko agreed to pardon six political prisoners in August and host peace talks for Ukraine next year, Reuters said. A formal decision on the sanctions is expected later this...