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Corruption in Saudi Arabia: Why 10 Princes Arrested?

... currently in custody, and the authorities intend to withdraw this amount from their bank accounts, as well as to confiscate a number of assets. At the same time, according to Al Arabiya, the accounts and assets of companies belonging to the arrested will remain untouched. WHO IS MOHAMMED BIN SALMAN? The 82-year-old King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who suffered a stroke, had a spinal surgery and, as some say, suffers from Alzheimer's and dementia, appointed the 32-year-old Mohammed bin ...
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11/09/2017

Passport for a Million: Which Countries Give Citizenship for Investments?

Here’s the list of countries where corrupt officials can flee In order to obtain foreign citizenship, one does not have to marry, have a particular niche specialty or family ties. For businessmen and corrupt officials, there is another way – to invest in the economy. Russiangate publishes a list of countries in which you can obtain citizenship without living there. You just need to invest money in the country’s development. AUSTRIA The prise for citizenship of this country of central Europe...
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11/06/2017

Clear Sky: How Much Does It Cost to Make Clouds Over Moscow Disappear?

... spend almost 200 million rubles to disperse the clouds on November 4 and 7 holidays. In Moscow, they like good weather: in the capital, they regularly clear the sky and spend a lot of money from the state budget on that. Dispersing clouds is one of the main expenses at the city events. Ekaterina Arenina calculated how much the clean sky costs to authorities of the capital. HOLDIAYS On November 1, Interfax referring to public procurement data said : the Moscow authorities will spend 196 million rubles ...
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11/03/2017

Usmanov vs. FBK: How the Billionaire Pursues Opposition in Court

... privatized assets, having paid very little for that, and “hundreds of millions of dollars” of taxes are just a small part of what he actually is supposed to pay. Navalny notes that “although this whole dialogue with Usmanov takes us away from the main villains - Medvedev and Putin - it is still useful.” On May 30, the Moscow Lublin court began considering the lawsuit filed by billionaire Alisher Usmanov. Judge Marina Vasina dismissed 22 of the 23 petitions filed by Navalny’s representatives,...
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11/02/2017

The US Investigation on Russia’s Elections Meddling: the Case of Trump’s Former Campaign Manager, Money Laundering and Putin’s “Relative”

How do Deripaska and Yanukovych come into the picture? In the United States, the investigation about Russia's interference in the presidential elections is continuing. On October 30, Donald Trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was placed under house arrest. Official charges are not connected with the presidential company. However, the case against him can become a lever for obtaining information about Russia's interference. Russiangate briefly tells what is known about this case up to the...
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11/01/2017

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