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Swiss to return $133 million to Uzbekistan after money laundering probe

Reuters Monday, 24 June 2019
The Swiss attorney general's office on Monday said it was returning 130 million Swiss francs ($133 million) to Uzbekistan which it seized during am investigation involving a relative of the daughter of the country's former president, Islam Karimov.
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