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French court finds Bashar al-Assad's uncle guilty of property fraud

Reuters Wednesday, 17 June 2020
The exiled uncle of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was found guilty on Wednesday of acquiring millions of euros worth of French property using funds diverted from the Syrian state, and sentenced to four years in prison.
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