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Family battle begins for late French rocker Johnny Hallyday's millions

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IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - Thursday, March 15: The first legal battle begins for the will of late French rocker Johnny Hallyday. His two eldest children are seeking to change the will, which disinherited them. Also, the papers look at the history of suspicious poisonings or deaths of Russian spies in the UK. Finally, a company is building a 1m€ highway for hedgehogs, weasels and badgers!

Added on the 15/03/2018 07:36:13 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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