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Nigeria files fraud charge in bid to overturn nearly $10 billion penalty

Reuters Friday, 6 December 2019
Lawyers for the Nigerian government filed "new and substantive" allegations of fraud with a British court on Friday, carrying on a fight against an arbitration award now worth close to $10 billion, a spokesman for the attorney general said.
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