Vatican Bank President Is Ousted For Suspected Money Laundering

Moneyval, the Council of Europe’s experts on anti-money laundering, is due to rule at the beginning of July on the whether the Holy See has managed to clean up its act and meet international monetary standards.

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China Is Monitoring Milk Quality To Win Back Consumer’s Confidence

The 2008 scandal where milk produced in China was tainted with melamine led to a worldwide recall of Chinese dairy products and was a major embarrassment for the country’s Communist leadership.

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Tiger Woods Bounces Back In His Game

After Tiger Woods’ marriage was officially ended, he seems to slowly came back from his old form as player number one in the world when he opened at Barclay with a 6 under 65, his lowest score of the year.

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