Paris court finds Equatorial Guinea vice-president guilty of money laundering

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A Paris court on Friday handed Equatorial Guinea vice-president Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue a three-year suspended prison sentence and the confiscation of his assets in France, estimated to be worth 150 million euros, after magistrates found him guilty of money laundering, abuse of trust and embezzling his country’s public funds.