Australian authorities have charged a sixth person in an ongoing drug investigation linked with laundering of $100 million. A security business in southwest Sydney allegedly acted as a front for the money-laundering. Meanwhile, US authorities have arrested Russian rap artist Maksim for his alleged involvement in money-laundering using cryptocurrencies. Maksim also had a connection with a transnational organized crime group called QQAZZ. In other news, UK’s Gambling Commission has fined Caesars Entertainment with $16 million for failing to prevent money-laundering. The commission investigated Caesar’s 11 casinos and found systemic failings and high spending. Caesars has admitted its failings and will improve its compliance policies…

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