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Paris attacks trial disrupted after main defendant defies judge


A judge trying suspects in a major jihadist attack in Paris that killed 130 people briefly suspended the hearing on Thursday after the main defendant tried for a second consecutive day to make political points from the dock. FRANCE 24's Claire Paccalin lives from the Palais de Justice.

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