Tax Police investigate pro-Russian daily for money laundering (UPDATE)
Journalists of Vesti newspaper are standing near their editorial office on Velyka Vasylkivska street in downtown Kyiv, while tax police are searching the building on May 22.
Tax authorities on May 22 searched the Kyiv office of
a company that publishes a daily newspaper known for taking a pro-Russian slant
on the separatist movement in eastern Ukraine on suspicion of money laundering.
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