Turkish First Lady’s Charity Got Millions From Accused FraudsterBy
Educational charity received $4.65 million, U.S. filing says
Objection to Zarrab bail request highlights impunity in Turkey
The Iranian-Turkish gold trader accused by U.S. prosecutors of breaching American sanctions on Iran and bribing Turkish government officials donated $4.65 million to a charity founded by the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, U.S. court filings show.
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