Weekly Roundup: Senate Readies Iran Sanctions Bill, Supreme Court Approves Noriega Extradition, Pakistan Passes AML Law, and More

The Supreme Courts of the United States and Britain both made news in financial compliance circles this week, though for very different reasons. The U.K.'s high court controversially struck down the British Treasury's power to freeze the funds of suspected terrorists while U.S. Justices approved the extradition of former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega. More On Monday, the U.S. court said it was upholding a decision by the Southern District Court of Florida to extradite Noriega, the former head of Panama's Defense Forces, to France to face money laundering charges. U.S. armed forces seized Noriega in Jan. 1990 during a U.S....