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Mother of Frenchman accused of killing jogger wife arrives in court

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Martine Henry, the mother of Jonathann Daval - who stands accused of murdering his wife Alexia while she was out jogging _ arrives at the court, in Vesoul, eastern France for the long-awaited trial of her son, charged with murdering his wife in 2017. IMAGES

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