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8 long years: The AZF trial finally begins

Latest update : 2009-02-23

The inhabitants of Toulouse have been waiting eight years for the AZF trial to begin, hoping it will finally shed some light on the day the AZF chemical factory explosion killed 30 people and wounded thousands.

See also "Painful memories bring AZF victims together"
See also "Rue Bernadette: Symbol of the destruction"
See also "Who to blame? Who to compensate?"

Date created : 2009-02-23

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