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Lawyer of murdered Japanese student arrives for French hearing

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Sylvie Galley, a lawyer for Narumi Kurosaki's family, arrives at the Besançon courthouse ahead of the hearing of Nicolas Zepeda, the Chilean national extradited to France on suspicion of having murdered his former Japanese girlfriend in 2016. IMAGES

Added on the 24/07/2020 17:21:52 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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