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Trial opens of French mother accused of killing eight babies

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A murder trial opened Thursday of a French housewife accused of killing eight of her children at birth which she claimed were from an incestuous relationship with her father.

Added on the 25/06/2015 19:00:39 - Copyright : AFP EN

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