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Beirut — A prosecutor in Lebanon accused a billionaire legislator and his relatives, alongside the nation’s biggest bank, of illicit enrichment, the state-run National News Agency reported, in what is the first such case in a country where protesters have raged for days against rampant corruption.

One-time prime minister of Lebanon Najib Mikati, his brother Taha and son Maher, as well as Bank Audi, allegedly benefited from government-subsidised housing loans, the news service said. The illicit enrichment law in Lebanon criminalises gains made through bribes or the use of public office...

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