Special French intervention police forces and children leave the nursery school Charles Fourier in Besancon.
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French police demanded that male students and staff at a high school in western France -- 527 people in total -- give DNA samples as they searched for the assailant who raped a teenage girl.The DNA dragnet started Monday in La Rochelle, and prosecutor Isabelle Pagenelle said so far no one had refused. She had warned that anyone who decided not to give a DNA sample would be considered a suspect and could be taken into custody.Summonses went out last week to 475 teenage students, 31 teachers and 21 others -- either staff or males who were on campus at the time.
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