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Spain's Princess to give testimony in corruption case

Published: 17 Mar 2014 19:40:34 PST

Spain's Princess to give testimony in corruption case

Spain's Princess Cristina, daughter of King Juan Carlos, arrives at a courthouse to testify before judge Jose Castro over tax fraud and money-laundering charges in Palma de Mallorca Feb 8, 2014. The princess, 48, faces preliminary charges of tax fraud and money laundering linked to her use of funds from a shell company she co-owned with her husband Inaki Urdangarin, who is charged with crimes including embezzling 6 million euros of public money. [Photo/Agencies]

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Spain's Princess to give testimony in corruption case

Examining Magistrate Judge Jose Castro leaves the courthouse on his motorcycle in Palma de Mallorca, Feb 7, 2014. Spain's Princess Cristina, daughter of King Juan Carlos, will appear in court Feb 8 before Judge Castro to testify over tax fraud and money-laundering charges. The princess, 48, faces preliminary charges of tax fraud and of laundering money through a shell company set up by her husband Inaki Urdangarin, whose title is the Duke of Palma. [Photo/Agencies]

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Spain's Princess to give testimony in corruption case

Examining Magistrate Judge Jose Castro speaks to journalists as he arrives at the courthouse in Palma de Mallorca, Feb 7, 2014. Spain's Princess Cristina, daughter of King Juan Carlos, will appear in court Feb 8 before Judge Castro to testify over tax fraud and money-laundering charges. The princess, 48, faces preliminary charges of tax fraud and of laundering money through a shell company set up by her husband Inaki Urdangarin, whose title is the Duke of Palma. [Photo/Agencies]

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