World Bulletin / News Desk
A British jury has found Turkish Cypriot tycoon Asil Nadir guilty of theft in relation to the collapse of his Polly Peck business empire.
The spectacular implosion of the once-successful Polly Peck was 1980s boom-and-bust story which embarrassed the ruling Conservative Party, to which he was a major donor.
It also made him a fugitive from British authorities after he skipped the country in 1993.
Nadir returned to London in 2010, saying he wanted to face trial and clear his reputation.
A jury at London's Central Criminal Court on Monday found him guilty of three counts of theft and not guilty of a fourth count.
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The meeting included all factions that signed to an earlier peace and partnership agreement with representatives of the General Peoples Congress also in attendance.
The homemade bombs were planted in seven different provinces which were targeting police facilities and personnel. Ten people were arrested.
Sam Kuteesa appointed the permanent representative of Jamaica to move the process forward
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23 people were killed and 97 others injured during clashes between security forces and protestors on Sunday.
A faulty light fitting in the baggage reclaim area caused a fire alarm to go off.