Belgian police are continuing to raid EU Parliament member offices after arresting four people over the weekend, including Parliament Vice President Eva Kaili of Greece. Computer data and an estimated 750,000 euros have been seized in multiple raids conducted at three different locations in Brussels. Prosecutors are investigating alleged money laundering and the accepting of money or gifts in exchange for political favors. While the country allegedly behind the offers has not yet been officially revealed, Belgian media has reported that the country is Qatar. Qatar government officials have denied any involvement.
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