Couple jailed for defrauding Paris attacks compensation fund

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A man and woman who fraudulently claimed for compensation from a fund set up to help victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks in Paris, which left 130 dead and hundreds wounded, were jailed after it was found they were in fact at home in southern France during the events.

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A French court has jailed a couple who fraudulently obtained 60,000 euros from a fund set up to help survivors of last year's jihadist attacks in Paris, reports BBC News.