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The two-man workshop close to the Vatican had been busy when tax police raided it last week, seizing about a million religious articles and souvenirs ranging from rosaries to images of Pope John Paul II.

Italians are shifting money into Swiss banks, prompting fears that vast sums are crossing the border illegally and adding to the billions of euros already stashed away.

Zambian police have questioned the wife of former president Rupiah Banda about the source of funding for a luxury villa, the latest in a string of investigations into high-profile figures by the southern African country’s new government.

Malaysia is installing scanners to detect bank notes at airports and border crossings to curb illegal money outflows believed to be in the hundreds of billions of dollars over the past decade.

Italians desperate to beat the taxman are smuggling undeclared cash into the tiny republic of San Marino in their underwear and shoes.

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