A former cabdriver from Georgia who made a fortune in Russian oil and Manhattan real estate has bought a Fifth Avenue mansion for a record $40 million (Ђ33 million). Tamir Sapir, who immigrated to the United States 30 years ago, said he signed a contract last week to buy a 1901 Beaux-Arts mansion across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the city's affluent Upper East side
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Peruvian judges accused world elites of Covid crisis conspiracy. Although this is nonsense from a legal point of view, circumstantial evidence is evident