BP forecasts oil demand peak - Venezuela claims cybercurrency success - Latvian central bank head denies bribery charges
A scandal involving the financial regulator and a Polish bank puts ruling Law and Justice's claims to be Poland's anti-corruption party under scrutiny. DW looks at how a version of 'economic nationalism' could backfire.
A Latvian bank is accused of funneling billions to North Korea while the country's top bank official is alleged to have taken bribes. However, European Central Bank authorities raised no alarms. Teri Schultz reports.
An EU Commissioner called it "the biggest scandal in Europe today." The Danske Bank-Russia money laundering affair is a shock for many in Denmark — for high-end UK realtors it's just a supply chain glitch.
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