Spanish princess' husband tells fraud trial palace knew of his business deals

03 March 2016 - 19:52 By AFP

Princess Cristina's husband told a Spanish court Thursday that palace officials were aware of his business dealings at the Noos Institute, an organisation he once headed which is at the centre of major fraud trial.Inaki Urdangarin and his wife Cristina, sister of King Felipe VI, went on trial in January along with 15 others at a court in Palma on the palm-lined Mediterranean island of Majorca in a case that has sullied the monarchy's reputation.

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