Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Ex-UN General Assembly Heads Tied to Bribery Scheme

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Two former presidents of the United Nations General Assembly came under embarrassing scrutiny on Friday during the corruption trial of a Hong Kong businessman, as an FBI agent testified about a $500,000 payment to Uganda’s sitting president. Ugandan Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa at the Somalia Conference […]

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