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France jails women for failed Notre Dame car bombing: report

Reuters Monday, 14 October 2019
A French court on Monday handed down sentences of at least 25 years in jail for two women with ties to Islamist militants who made a failed attempt to set off a crude car bomb outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral three years ago, Le Figaro newspaper reported.
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