U.S. Probes Examine Raytheon’s Dealings With Qatari Defense Contractor

A lawsuit in California, dismissed last year on jurisdictional grounds, included allegations that Raytheon had funneled around 7 million Qatari riyal, the equivalent of $1.9 million, in payoffs through Digital Soula Systems, a Doha, Qatar-based defense and security-consulting firm that was part-owned by a brother of the country’s emir.

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