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Suspects under house arrest in France protest their innocence

France’s state of emergency imposed in the wake of last November’s terror attacks is still in place today. The measure gives police and state officials special powers to take action against those deemed to be a threat to national security. Those powers include the right to hold people under house arrest without the approval of a judge. But it's a move that's proved controversial, with many suspects protesting their innocence. Our team went to meet them.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elom Marcel Toble.

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