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According to the New York Times, the Costa Rica-based currency exchange Liberty Reserve has been accused of laundering more than $6 billion for millions of clients around the world. “The charges outlined how the money transfer system operated, offering a glimpse into the murky world of online financial transactions that bounce money between far-flung accounts from Cyprus to New York in the blink of an eye,” the paper reports.

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