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Ian Bailey arrives in court for verdict on extradition to France

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Ian Bailey, convicted in absentia in Paris for the 1996 murder of French citizen Sophie Toscan du Plantier, arrives at a Dublin court as Irish justice is set to rule on whether France can extradite him. IMAGES

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