'Kleptocracy tour' highlights London money-laundering

It's the side of London many prefer to ignore. Anti-corruption campaigners in the British capital have organised a bus tour designed to expose money-laundering by foreigners.

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    It's the side of London many prefer to ignore.

    Anti-corruption campaigners in the British capital have organised a bus tour designed to expose money-laundering by foreigners.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker has been on the latest trip focusing on Nigerian money in London.


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