People stand at the Temple of Debod during sunset in Madrid March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Egypt extradited Frenchman Christophe Naudin to the Dominican Republic Thursday for his alleged involvement in the escape of two pilots jailed in a drugs case dubbed "Air Cocaine".Naudin, a criminologist and aviation security expert who was arrested in Cairo on Feb. 4, is wanted in the Caribbean nation on suspicion of helping pilots Pascal Fauret and Bruno Odos flee to France in October after they had been sentenced to 20 years in prison for trafficking.France's foreign ministry Thursday said Naudin had been extradited.The affair has prompted keen interest in France, after Interpol in November issued arrest warrants for Fauret and Odos, as well as a far-right member of the European Parliament accused of involvement.
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