French cathedral arson suspect held over priest's murder


A 40-year-old Rwandan national, who admitted starting a fire in Nantes cathedral in July 2020 and who was given accomodation with a Catholic mission in SW France while on bail, gave himself up to police on Monday over the murder of one of the mission's priests.

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A Rwandan national suspected of causing a major fire that ravaged the cathedral in the French town of Nantes last year murdered a Catholic priest in western France on Monday, the interior minister and a source close to the investigation said, reports FRANCE 24.