U.S. Froze $34 Billion in Libyan Assets, Treasury’s Cohen Says
Cohen, the Obama administration’s nominee for Treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes, was testifying today before the Senate Finance Committee. Cohen had been assistant secretary for terrorist financing.
Cohen, 47, said assets of about 30 Libyan entities have been frozen by the U.S. government.
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