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A former arms-industry lobbyist involved in a corruption scandal linked to former Germany Chancellor Helmut Kohl has been convicted of tax evasion and sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison. The dpa news agency reported Thursday that Karlheinz
Interpol, the world's largest international police organization, posted his head shot to its website in March with this caption: Wanted by the judicial authorities of Slovenia for prosecution/to serve a sentence. gallery European Economic and
The release of Karlheinz Schreiber from a Munich prison has been confirmed by a German court, according to a media report. Munich state court affirmed a lower court decision that the German-Canadian former arms lobbyist should be released, the German
The 77-year-old, with Canadian and German citizenship, was found guilty last year of tax evasion for failing to report some 14.6 million Deutsche marks, or about 7.5 million ($10 million), in income. Among other things, the Federal Criminal Court in
Leadership starts with the prime minister, former Progressive Conservative prime minister Brian Mulroney asserts in an interview in Corporate Knights magazine that was made public Sunday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Acid Rain Accord in 1991. "
What other art form allows one to mix overwhelming ambition, hyperbole, pathos, satire and politics with clever writing, skilled acting, great voices and compelling music?...More related to this story Video Media And it says much for the opera art
The federal Justice Department took a keen interest in the Oliphant inquiry's stinging assessment of Brian Mulroney's sworn testimony when he sued the federal government in the mid-1990s, documents released under the Access to Information Act show.
Think back to mid-December, 2008 to Brian Mulroney's appearance before the House of Commons Ethics Committee looking into his dealings with Karlheinz Schreiber. Specifically, think back to allegations that CBC reporter Krista Erickson had provided
The short answer to the question is that no one other than perhaps Mrs. Harper knows for certain. But after reading Paul Waldie's article on the front page of Tuesday's Globe and Mail, you have to wonder why else his government would have granted
Stephen Harper doesn't figure in Brian Mulroney's top-three picks for the most effective federal politician. That's probably not much of a surprise after the Prime Minister ordered his caucus to have nothing to do with the Conservative legend even