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Wolf Denies All Charges in Patria Trial

Ljubljana, 30 January - Austro-Canadian businessman Walter Wolf denied the charge of complicity in accepting a bribe to illegally mediate as a "fabrication" as he appeared in the dock in the Patria defence corruption trial on Monday.

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Walter Wolf, one of the defendants in the Patria defence deal bribery trial, attends a hearing in the case after a prolonged absence.
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA

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Janez Janša (left) awaiting the start of proceedings with co-defendant Tone Krkovič (right) lawyer Franci Matoz (centre).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Walter Wolf, one of the defendants in the Patria defence deal bribery trial, arrives at a hearing in the case after a prolonged absence.
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA

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The Patria bribery trial continues at the Ljubljana Local Court.
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA

Ljubljana
Walter Wolf, one of the defendants in the Patria defence deal bribery trial, arrives at a hearing in the case after a prolonged absence.
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA

Ljubljana
Janez Janša (right) awaiting the start of proceedings with his lawyer Franci Matoz.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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