Weekly Roundup: North Korean Leader Reportedly Keeps Billions in International Banks, Kosovo’s Chief Banker Accused of Laundering, and More

Expected U.S. sanctions against North Korea may involve Asian, European and African bank accounts holding billions of dollars, it was disclosed this week. On Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the United States would again blacklist North Korean entities following an alleged attack in March by the communist country on a South Korean warship. More On Friday, the South Korean news agency Chosun Ilbo said that the United States is investigating 200 accounts held by North Koreans in foreign banks, including some in Russia and Africa. The accounts are suspected to be tied to North Korea's nuclear...