Spain’s former king Juan Carlos, suspected of corruption, heads for exile
04 August 2020 | 1:19 pm
Spain's former King Juan Carlos, who is under investigation for corruption, announced he plans to go into exile, the royal palace says. of former king Juan Carlos
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