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Carlos the Jackal on trial for 1974 Paris attack - EUROPE


Carlos the Jackal on trial for 1974 Paris attack - EUROPE: [hurriyetdailynews] Over the next three weeks he will be tried over yet another deadly attack, this time on Drugstore Publicis, a busy shop once located in Saint-Germain-des-Pres in the heart of Paris’s Left Bank.

In the late afternoon of Sept. 15, 1974, a grenade was lobbed into the entrance of the store, killing two men and leaving 34 people injured.

Carlos, who is charged with murders of a terrorist nature, denies any involvement.

Georges Holleaux, a lawyer representing the two widows of the men killed and 16 other people affected by the attacks, said before the trial that his clients relished the chance of seeing Carlos face justice.

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