'Management by terror': France Telecom ex-bosses go on trial over 2008-2009 suicide wave
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Jake Cigainero has the story from Paris. Meet Maurice, the rooster whose early morning crowing has divided French opinion. His fans, including a chicken called Pompadour and a rooster called Jean-Rene, showed their support outside the court as his trial began.
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Nicolas Sarkozy will face trial in the coming months in a corruption and influence peddling case. The former French president has been plagued by multiple scandals since losing his re-election bid.
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