Chief of the Swiss Money Laundering Reporting Office, MROS, Judith Voney, right, and her deputy Adrian Lobsiger, left, attend a news conference where they present the annual report of the office in ... more 
Chief of the Swiss Money Laundering Reporting Office, MROS, Judith Voney, right, and her deputy Adrian Lobsiger, left, attend a news conference where they present the annual report of the office in Bern, Switzerland, Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Swiss authorities investigated several reports of terrorist financing among a high number of suspected money-laundering cases connected to banks last year. The number involving terrorist financing rose to 15 in 2012, five more than a year earlier, due to a single complex case of almost US dollar 8 million, according to an annual report issued by MROS. (AP Photo/Keystone, Lukas Lehmann) less 
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Tue, May 14, 2013 9:57 AM EDT