World Popular Resistance Clippings 25/2/2013

French policemen escort Georges Ibrahim Abdallah (C), a Lebanese national sentenced to life in prison, as he leaves Pau’s Courthouse, southwestern France, on February 18, 2010 after a prosecutor demanded a three months sentence at the Appeal Court for having refused a DNA sample. Abdallah was sentenced to life imprisonment in France in 1984 for his part in the 1982 murders of two diplomats, Charles Robert Day, an American and Yacov Barsimantov, an Israeli, in Paris. Abdallah says he has already given a DNA sample in 2003. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-LOUIS DUZERT

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