Weekly Roundup: Ireland Says Banks Must Improve AML Compliance, U.S. Sanctions South African for Ties to Qadhafi’s Son, and More

The U.S. Treasury Department blacklisted a South African woman Thursday for helping the son of former Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi move funds. Dalene Sanders allegedly assisted Saadi Gadhafi by moving funds out of Ugandan banks on his behalf. Saadi was sanctioned in March because of the human rights abuses of his father's regime. More Separately, Treasury also designated Iran-based al-Qaida member Adel Radi Saqr al-Wahabi al-Harbi for funding terrorist attacks and facilitating the travel of Afghanistan fighters. More The Democratic Republic of Congo asked the United Nations to implement "targeted" sanctions against Rwandan and Ugandan officials, according to Reuters Wednesday....