Switzerland

Tunisia - Switzerland froze assets linked to Tunisia's ousted president, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, and about 40 people in his entourage on January 19, 2011. Swiss officials estimate Tunisian government officials placed some $620 million (SFr 555 million) in Swiss bank accounts.

Egypt - By July 2012, Switzerland had frozen $700 million in assets belonging to former president Hosni Mubarak and his associates, according to the Swiss Federal Prosecutor’s Office. Swissinfo.ch.

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Spain

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France

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Argentina.

Australia

Australia.

Brazil

Brazil.

USA

Hong Kong - Mugabe fights to save HK$40million apartment

The government of the Republic of Zimbabwe has launched a lawsuit to claim ownership of a Tai Po luxury home that was reportedly bought by a middleman before the daughter of the country's president started university studies in Hong Kong. The Mugabe government has denied filing such a claim. Here is a filing submitted to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Court.

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South Africa

South Africa is investigating billions of dollars in Muammar Gaddafi's assets, gold and diamonds deposited in the country's banks.

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Namibia

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Seychelles

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Angola

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Equatorial Guinea

Congo

Congo

Nigeria

Nigeria

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