In Poland, 25 people were accused of committing VAT fraud using fake invoices and documents, causing the state to lose $46 million. Another tax fraud surfaced in Pakistan where accounts of Waqas Ahmed, accused of money-laundering and tax evasion, were frozen under the AML law. Meanwhile, members of a gang were apprehended by the Nigeria Customs Service at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport while trying to carry out money-laundering of  $8.6 million. They were assisting some corrupt government officials in moving cash out of the country. In another case of corruption, a warrant was issued against former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, after he skipped a court trial for suspected irregularities in the acquisition of arms worth $2.5 billion in the late 1990s. Meanwhile, Zamira Hajiyeva, imprisoned wife of an Azerbaijani banker, was asked to reveal the sources of her wealth after it was found that she had acquired her properties with illegal funds…

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