LONDON - Turkish-Cypriot tycoon Asil Nadir, once one of Britain’s most notorious fugitives, was jailed for ten years on Thursday for stealing millions of pounds from his international business empire. Flamboyant Nadir, 71, was convicted in London this week of ten charges of theft from his now-defunct conglomerate, Polly Peck International. Nadir’s thefts totalled £28.8 million, the equivalent of more than £61.6 million ($97.8 million, 77.9 million euros) in today’s terms. “You were a wealthy man who stole out of pure greed,” Judge Tim Holroyde told Nadir at London’s Old Bailey court. The judge said Nadir would be eligible for release after serving half of his prison sentence.