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Manafort reaches new bail agreement with prosecutors

US President Trump's former campaign chairman would forfeit four properties worth US$11.7m if he fails to appear in court

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Manafort (above) and an associate are accused in an Oct 27 indictment of lying to US authorities about their work in Ukraine, laundering millions of dollars and hiding offshore accounts.

Newark, New Jersey

PAUL Manafort, the former campaign chairman to US President Donald Trump accused of money laundering, reached a new bail agreement with prosecutors in which he would forfeit four properties worth US$11.7 million if he fails to appear in court.

Under a deal made

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