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23rd Jan 2017

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Papandreous deny Swiss account claims

Greece's Papandreou family has denied allegations that the mother of ex-PM George Papandreou is behind a Swiss bank account worth €550m. The allegations were published in two Greek newspapers Sunday and have sparked uproar, coming hot on the heels of the recently-published Lagarde list detailing Greeks with fortunes in Switzerland.

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