Weekly Roundup: North Korean Nuke Test Raises Sanctions Questions, U.K. Banks May Lose EU ‘Passporting,’ and More

North Korea's test of an atomic weapon Thursday leaves U.S. officials with the choice of continuing to implement incremental sanctions, entering into negotiations with the country's leadership or imposing a hard embargo against the Asian nation, at the risk of starting a war, The New York Times said. More The test prompted representatives of the United States, Britain and France to urge the United Nations to strengthen its sanctions against North Korea, Reuters said. More U.S. House lawmakers on Friday approved a bill that would allow family members of those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to seek compensation...