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'Swiss secrets' data leak targets Crédit Suisse over dirty money


Switzerland's second-largest bank stands accused of handling funds for dictators, drug traffickers and torturers after a whistleblower leak led to a year-long investigation by a consortium of journalists. And the United States and Britain have raised the stakes for potential sanctions on Russia if it invades Ukraine. Finally, Italy's famed glassblowers are cracking under red-hot energy prices.

Added on the 21/02/2022 09:15:48 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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