‘We’ve been waiting 17 years for this’: Trial over 2004 killing of French troops to begin in Paris

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “‘We’ve been waiting 17 years for this’: Trial over 2004 killing of French troops to begin in Paris” – below is their description.

‘We’ve been waiting 17 years for this trial,’ says one woman who lost her husband as families of #victims arrive with their “questions” at the #trial of the 2004 #Bouaké bombing that cost the lives of nine French soldiers. It will be tried in the absence of the three defendants, and is full of hypotheses as to who ordered the bombing and why it happened. The court will try to untangle the events during the trial, expected to take three weeks.

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