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October 27, 2015
Francis Lorenzo (L), a suspended deputy U.N. ambassador from the Dominican Republic, exits the Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lorenzo, a suspended deputy U.N. ambassador from the Dominican Republic, exits the Manhattan U.S. District...
Francis Lorenzo (L), a suspended deputy U.N. ambassador from the Dominican Republic, exits the Manhattan U.S. District Courthouse with his attorney in New York October 26, 2015. Lorenzo was released and placed under house arrest along with Ng Lap Seng, a Macau billionaire accused of bribing John Ashe, a former United Nations General Assembly president accused of being part of a bribery scheme. Prosecutors said Ng, a real estate developer, used intermediaries to pay Ashe more than $500,000 to seek U.N. support of a conference center in the Chinese territory. The intermediaries included Lorenzo, who prosecutors said also received bribes. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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