Spanish judge rules 'sufficient indications' for Shakira trial over tax fraud

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Spanish judge rules 'sufficient indications' for Shakira trial over tax fraud

Pop star Shakira may face trial in Spain for allegedly evading €14.5m in tax. A judge has ruled that there are ‘sufficient indications' for the Colombian popstar to go to trial, after being accused of six offences by Spanish prosecutors. After three years of investigations, the judge has concluded that there are "sufficient indications" for the Colombian artist to go to trial for avoiding the payment of €14.5m.  The prosecution has charged Shakira with a total of six tax crimes, whic...

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