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Vol 47 No 22

Published 3rd November 2006


Ill-judged death

Embarrassing differences are emerging between the French judiciary and President Jacques Chirac's Cellule Africaine over the death in Djibouti in 1995 of French Judge Bernard Borrel. The Cellule Africaine insists that Borrel committed suicide (some officials hint at paedophilia); several magistrates are convinced that he was murdered.

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