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Southern France attack; Sarkozy and Gaddafi; The return of John Bolton

By France 24
24 March 2018   |   2:30 pm
Former president Nicolas Sarkozy undergoing formal investigation for illegal campaign financing. We also turn to EU summit where the block looked torn between superpowers; Former George W. Bush's UN ambassador John Bolton return as the new Donald Trump's National Security Advisor; Mark Zuckerberg reaction to Cambridge Analytica's massive data breach.

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