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Former French PM Francois Fillon leaves court as fake-jobs fraud trial begins

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French former prime minister Francois Fillon and his wife Penelope leave the court in Paris after the first day of their trial for claims they embezzled over one million euros in an alleged fake-jobs fraud. The eagerly-awaited trial of the former presidential hopeful and his wife had been due to start Monday but the court granted their request to delay the opening until Wednesday in solidarity with the lawyers' strike. (COMPLETES VIDI1PC22Z_EN) IMAGES

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