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The home where Josu Ternera will stay under house arrest


Paris (France), 30 July (EFE), (Camera: Marta Garde).- Historic ETA leader Josu Ternera left the Parisian prison La Santé, where he had been held since May 2019, to be placed under house arres with an electronic bracelet in a flat in the French capital.FOOTAGE OF THE HOUSE WHERE ETARRA JOSU CALF WILL STAY FOLLOWING HIS RELEASE FROM PRISON

Added on the 30/07/2020 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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