CERN scientist jailed for terror attacks plot

A Franco-Algerian nuclear physicist who worked at CERN has been sentenced to five years in jail, for plotting terror attacks in France.

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A Franco-Algerian nuclear physicist who worked at CERN, the site of the Large Hadron Collider, has been sentenced to five years in jail, for plotting terror attacks in France, reports The Telegraph.