Syrian president's uncle under examination for corruption and money laundering in France


French district attorneys have actually put Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's uncle, believed of utilizing ill-gotten gains to construct a huge real estate empire, under examination for corruption and money-laundering.Rifaat al-Assad, 78, a Syrian former vice president, is implicated of obtaining millions of pounds worth of possessions in France unlawfully.

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The Latest: Lithuania states UK should state if choice is final


Lithuania's foreign minister states the United Kingdom should clarify whether its decision to leave the European Union is "clear and last," stating the current unpredictability is not only destructive to monetary markets however to countless Europeans.Speaking at the United Nations in New York, Linas Linkevicius said that if the decision is last, UK-EU talks need to start without any artificial delays.

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Need to be company as normal for Brits buying property in the EU


British people looking for to buy a property in the European Union ought to not be downhearted by the referendum choice that the UK need to leave, according to abroad property professionals.Those who are planning to acquire a vacation home overseas, for example, are likely to see that owning a property in the EU will only be partially more complicated than it is currently, according to Andy Bridge, managing director of A Place in the Sun.

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