Владельцами здания, в котором жил главный герой рассказов Артура Конана Дойла сыщик Шерлок Холмс в Лондоне, являются дочь экс-президента Казахстана Нурсултана Назарбаева Дарига и ее сын Нурали Алиев. Об этом сообщает Times со ссылкой на юридическую корреспонденцию о структуре собственности.
Издание также отмечает, что помимо дома Шерлока Холмса родственникам Назарбаевых принадлежат еще несколько зданий, а также участок земли между домами 215 и 237 на Бейкер–стрит. По подсчетам специалистов, общая стоимость недвижимости семьи приравнивается к 140 млн фунтов стерлингов.
Как отмечается, до 2005 года Назарбаевой принадлежало 90% собственности на Бейкер-стрит, владельцем еще 10% был ее сын. Однако в записях земельного реестра говорится, что сейчас ею владеет компания Farmont Baker Street Limited.
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Tekashi6ix9ine's dangerous affiliation with the Nine Trey Gangsta Blood gangs is examined in the new Hulu documentary, 69: The Saga Of Danny Hernandez.
A new trailer for the documentary explores how the rapper flaunted his association with the gang amid his promising rise to musical success.
Tekashi's criminal activities with the group ultimately landed him in prison, however he received a reduced sentence after agreeing to testify against fellow gang members.
The documentary speaks with locals who knew Tekashi prior to his rise in fame, and who remembered his early musical ambitions.
'He said, "I am going to be a rapper. I am 69,"' recalled one person.
'Danny was a cool, Hispanic kid from the ghettos of Brooklyn,' one friend said.
'He had face tattoos,' said another. 'That was his whole thing. Shock value, shock value.'
'The more he became 69, the more he became obsessed with... attention,' recalled another.
The rambunctious rapper was seen jumping jubliantly on stage as the crowd repeatedly chanted his name.
Yet it was not just music that was important to the promising rapper.
'Gangs have played an important part in all our lives,' a friend said.
'The bandanna was the biggest prop he could ever use,' said another, as footage of the rapper cloaking himself in a red bandanna flashed on screen.
'I think everyone think, is he really a blood?' asked another.
'He was doing something that should put his life at risk on a weekly basis,' said another.
Tekashi even appeared to be making light of the dangers.
'Everybody be getting shot, boom, boom, boom!' he jokingly said.
Eventually, it all caught up to him, and he was arrested for crimes involving activities with the gang.
'Tekashi figured out, let me work with the feds on this,' remarked one commentator.
'He feared for his life. Tekashi knew, "These guys could shoot me or kill me at anytime."'
'Tekashi69's a f**king rat!' exclaimed one commentator.
'They were two separate people at the beginning, but they morphed into one,' said another.
Last year 6ix9ine was convicted in connection with racketeering, drug trafficking and weapons charges, and got a lesser sentence - he faced as many as 47 years in custody - for his testimony against one-time associates.
During his remarkably candid testimony spanning three days, he described how he joined the Nine Treys to gain street credibility in exchange for a cut of his music industry earnings.
He was sentenced to two years in prison this past December, and released from prison into home arrest in April after citing concerns about coronavirus.
69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez is now streaming on Hulu.
Former France and Stade Francais winger Christophe Dominici has died aged 48, his former rugby club said on Tuesday.
'It is with immense sadness that the Stade Francis learns of the death of Christophe Dominici,' his former club said in a statement.
Dominici earned 67 caps for Les Bleus and played a starring role in the 1999 World Cup side which famously stunned the All Blacks in the semi-finals before losing to Australia.
Dominici scored a stunning try in that semi-final victory over a Jonah Lomu-inspired New Zealand, a game widely recognised as the greatest in the history of the Rugby World Cup.
Les Bleus had slipped 24-10 behind at Twickenham before launching an incredible comeback, adding 33 points to just seven conceded to claim an astonishing 44-31 victory.
But they were blown away 35-12 by the Wallabies in the final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Dominici also represented his country at both the 2003 and 2007 World Cups.
He also starred for La Valette, Toulon and Stade Francais during a glittering club career in his homeland where he won five league titles and appeared in two European finals.
Irish legend Brian O'Driscoll tweeted his disbelief at the sudden passing of Dominici, writing: 'Very sad to hear of the sudden passing of Christophe Dominici.
'A French player full of flair with huge success throughout his career. May he RIP.'
Southampton midfielder Oriol Romeu has signed a new two-and-a-half-year contract at the club.
The 29-year-old former Chelsea player was in the final year of his contract but has now committed to the Saints until 2023.
Romeu has played a key role in Southampton's fine start to the season and has formed an impressive partnership with England international James Ward-Prowse in the centre.
'I have not seen many players who are as professional as Oriol in my time as a manager,' Saints manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said.
'He gives his absolute commitment in everything that he does, whether it is in training or in a match, and this is a great example to set.
'Even if he does not play he still supports the team 100 per cent at all times, and he is always pushing everyone around him. These are the sorts of players you want to have in your squad.'
After penning the new deal, Romeu admitted he was ecstatic at extending his stay on the south coast.
'Staying here for longer is just what I wanted and I'm so happy and so pleased to get to this point,' Romeu said.
'It's been six years now and has been a long journey, but I'm very excited and haven't felt as good as I'm feeling right now, so I want to keep this momentum going as long as possible.'
Romeu, a product of Barcelona's La Masia academy, is set to be involved as Southampton - currently fourth in the table - travel to take on Wolves on Monday night.