France’s ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy to appeal prison sentence for corruption

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France’s former President Nicolas Sarkozy will appeal the conviction for corruption and influence peddling that saw him handed a three-year prison sentence with two years suspended on Monday, his lawyer said.

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