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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at court as his landmark graft trial continues

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Ex-French resident Nicolas Sarkozy, his former lawyer Thierry Herzog and former senior magistrate Gilbert Azibert arrive at the Paris court for another day of hearings in the "wiretapping" trial. Prosecutors say he and his lawyer Thierry Herzog tried to bribe judge Gilbert Azibert in return for information on a probe into claims Sarkozy had received illicit payments from late L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt during his 2007 presidential campaign. The state's case is based on wiretaps of conversations between Herzog and Sarkozy. IMAGES

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