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The man suspected of killing three Kurdish activists in Paris in 2013 has died from brain disease, Paris prosecutors said Sunday.Guney, 34, was charged with murder in the killings of Sakine Cansiz, who helped found the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, a rebel group seeking autonomy for Turkey's Kurds; and Leyla Soylemez and Fidan Dogan, both Kurdish activists.At the time, Guney worked as a driver of Cansiz for two years and Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said video cameras showed he was inside the building when the killings occurred.
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