But BNP Paribas is leaving loopholes open.
If mortgage debt had not been tied to an asset that was hugely over-valued, there would not have been a crisis shaking the financial system.
The rapidly spreading computer worm appeared to borrow key features from last month’s ransomware attack.
Civil Lawsuit On Behalf Of Sudanese Victims Brought Against BNP Paribas In U.S. Federal District Court
We can expect nothing encouraging on Sudan from the incoming "America First" administration of a racist Donald Trump. But
More effective government will need to go hand in hand with a fundamental revision of the tax system which is, worldwide
Finding an appropriate source of funds for restitution to U.S. victims of state-sponsored terrorism has been difficult, but the $9 billion fine imposed by U.S. authorities in a settlement with BNP Paribas in late June 2014 has proven to be ideal.
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Criminal Financial Support for the Khartoum Regime: A Last Chance for U.S. Justice for the People of Sudan
These words went unheeded, and the catastrophe in Darfur--twelve years later--has recently seen genocidal destruction again
A remarkable opportunity has presented itself, one that allows the administration to create an important legacy for the two Sudans, one that would endure long after the end of President Obama's term in office.
The Obama administration Department of Justice (DOJ) continues in its refusal to answer critical questions about the $9 billion settlement with French banking giant BNP Paribas (BNP) reached in June of last year.