French court says man who had sex with girl, 11, must face rape charges

By france24
2018.02.13. 21:12
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A French court said Tuesday that a 29-year-old man on trial for having sex with an 11-year-old girl must face rape charges, declaring itself incompetent to rule in the highly controversial case.



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