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Former French PM Fillon embezzled public funds, court rules

Former French Prime minister Francois Fillon (R) arrives at the Paris' courthouse on June 29, 2020 for the ruling on a trial for embezzlement in the context of an alleged job fraud. Francois Fillon, his wife Penelope and his former substitute at the National Assembly, Marc Joulaud were on trial in Paris for the fictitious jobs Penelope Fillon allegedly benefited from. / AFP / Thomas SAMSON

 

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