A firm co-owned by Australian political strategist, Sir Lynton Crosby, allegedly accepted £45,000 (US$ 64,818) to work for a member of a Russian crime gang implicated in the death of anti-corruption whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky, BuzzFeed said.
Dutch Member of Parliament Pieter Omtzigt questions whether Cyprus is paying “lip service” to international money laundering regulations after its failure to go after banks involved in money laundering in the scandalous and tragic Sergei Magnitsky case, reported the EU Observer.
An inquest into the November 2012 death of Russian tycoon Alexander Perepilichny has been further delayed because Surrey police invoked public interest immunity (PII) to withhold 49 key documents in relation to the case, reported The Sun.
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