The UN Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan has published a conference room paper in which it concludes that activities “consistent with trade-based money laundering” (TBML) were used to effect purchases of residential properties in London.

The commission says it has “reasonable grounds to believe” that four purchases were at least partially financed by funds misappropriated from the South Sudanese government.

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