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Topic - Asil Nadir
A tycoon who fled Britain almost two decades ago following the spectacular collapse of his business empire returned to London Thursday to face charges of fraud.
Mr. Nadir told Sky that he was eager to see justice done.
Speaking earlier Thursday from his plane in Turkey, where he was stopping on his way to London, Mr. Nadir told Sky News television that he wanted to "go back and hopefully get a closure to this sad affair."