Women in failed Notre Dame car bomb plot jailed

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Inès Madani, 22, and Ornella Gilligmann, 32, were sentenced to jail sentences of 30 years and 25 years respectively on Monday after being found guilty by a Paris court of attempting – although,  in the event, failing – to set off a car bomb close to Notre Dame cathedral in Septembner 2016, which prosecutors said could have killed or wounded around 60 people in a nearby bar.

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Two women with Islamist militant ties who tried to set off a crude car bomb outside Notre Dame cathedral three years ago have each been sentenced of at least 25 years in jail, reports The Guardian.