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Hong Kong's biggest ever corruption trial begins

8 May 2014 Last updated at 16:33 BST

In Hong Kong, the city's biggest ever corruption trial has begun.

Five people, including a former senior government official and two billionaire brothers who run one of Asia's biggest property companies, face bribery-related charges.

The case highlights the much maligned relationship between the government and the city's tycoons.

Juliana Liu reports.

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