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EU corruption scandal: Eva Kaili to stay in detention

By DW
24 December 2022   |   12:48 pm
The MEP suspected of receiving bribes from Qatar has been detained since December 9. Eva Kaili's lawyers asked for her release under electronic surveillance, but the judge ruled that she shoud stay in custody.

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