Niger kidnappings investigation: French nuclear company indicted over 2010 abductions • FRANCE 24

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The French nuclear giant Areva was indicted on Monday May 30 for “unintentional injuries” in the investigation carried out in Paris on the kidnapping in 2010 of five French people in Niger, claimed by the organization Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

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