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Trial over 1980 Paris synagogue bombing: A tough challenge for police

By France24
21 April 2023   |   7:31 am
A Paris court is examining a terrorism case that took more than 40 years to bring to trial. Four people were killed in the 1980 bombing of the French capital's Copernic Street synagogue. The case has been a tough challenge for 21st century investigators, with no DNA or mobile phone records for them to work with.

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