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Fifa corruption: Spotlight shines on the Cayman Islands

The arrest of Jeffrey Webb, Fifa's Head of Football in North and Central America and the Caribbean, saw the spotlight on corruption in the game move across to the Cayman Islands.

The nation known for its offshore financial industry is trying to distance itself from this latest scandal to hit the tax haven.

The BBC's Nick Davis reports from the capital Georgetown.

  • 06 Jun 2015
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