U.K. vs. Oligarchs: 'The Gloves Are Now Off'
LONDON — On Friday, the day after Britain blacklisted seven prominent Russian oligarchs, residents of the wealthy London borough of Kensington and Chelsea rolled a washing machine overflowing with fake pound notes in front of a multimillion-dollar town house belonging to the family of the president of Azerbaijan. It was a camera-ready stunt that made a serious point: For Britain to be successful in curbing the flood of dirty money — a phenomenon some call the “London laundromat” — it needs to gonews.yahoo.com
A super-yacht owned by a sanctioned Russian billionaire has reportedly anchored in the Maldives, which doesn't have an extradition treaty with the US
At least two more super-yachts owned by Russian billionaires are bound for the Maldives, according to Marine Traffic data reported by CNBC.news.yahoo.com