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Three Cups of Tea author pays $1m for misusing charity he set up

Posted at 7:05AM Friday 06 Apr 2012

Three Cups of Tea author Greg Mortenson has agreed to pay $1m (£630,000) to compensate his Montana-based charity, which he used to promote and pay for copies of his books, according to the state attorney general.



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