Weekly Roundup: U.S. Treasury Adds Staff for Iran Queries, Brazil’s Acting President Accused of Shaking Down Petrobras, and More

U.S. lawmakers pushing for the release of 28 classified pages from a report on the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 that allegedly implicate government officials from Saudi Arabia are exploring other legal means to make the information public in case the Obama Administration stalls the effort to address diplomatic concerns, The New York Times reported. More EU authorities removed Iran's national airline from a list of carriers banned or restricted from flying to European destinations, allowing it to operate nearly all its aircrafts across the skies of the 28 member countries, Bloomberg reported. More The Office of the Comptroller...