Espanja | Espanjan Juan Carlosin epäillään saaneen lahjuksia mittavassa raide­hankkeessa Saudi-Arabiassa – nyt syyttäjä selvittää, voiko ex-kuninkaan saada rikosvastuuseen

Syytäjä selvittää, mikä Juan Carlosin rooli oli Saudi-Arabian luotijunahankkeessa sekä sitä, syyllistyikö entinen kuningas mahdollisesti rikoksiin.
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