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Nigerian police recover stolen state oil funds

By DW
30 November 2018   |   10:00 am
A Nigerian police investigation has retrieved hundreds of millions of dollars in stolen state oil funds. It came as an Italian court sentenced two men to four years in jail in a case involving Eni and Shell in Nigeria.

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