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A Monaco magistrate has filed charges against Dimitri Rybolovlev, the Russian tycoon who owns AS Monaco football club. The charges follow a probe into suspected corruption, money laundering and other alleged crimes. Three other people were also charged.
The others charged included a lawyer for Rybolovlev, Tetiana Bersheda and the wife and son of a former Monaco justice minister.
The charges, were not detailed by the Monaco prosecutor, Sylvie Petit-Leclair, who was speaking to the Washington Times.
Police are also conducting searches and questioning people, she said, again without providing details.
The Monegasque government is encouraging owners and tenants to give their homes a make-over by offering a “renovation bonus” as part of the State’s plan for economic recovery.
Women in Tunisia are set to benefit from a four-year job creation agreement signed this week between Monaco, the United Nations and the Union for the Mediterranean.
The Oceanographic Institute is trailblazing by becoming the first official member of the European Commission’s environmentally-minded global coalition, United for Biodiversity.
A new music project in Monaco, Voice in Progress, will be holdings its first concert this October featuring 20 of the region’s brightest stars.