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FACTBOX: Who’s who in the European Parliament’s cash-for-influence scandal that’s led to AML and espionage probe by Belgian police

EU AML: EU vice President Eva Kaili arrested amid Brussels corruption probe. Qatar's anti-financial crime evaluation for FATF is one of the matters being discussed by EU AML experts in Brussels on Thursday.

By Charlotte Van Campenhout and Philip Blenkinsop

A corruption scandal has been rocking the European Parliament since Belgian authorities raided parliament offices two weeks before Christmas.

Four people – all affiliated with the chamber – have been charged over allegations Qatar lavished them with cash and gifts to influence decision-making.

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