French prosecutors recommend ex-IAAF boss Diack stand trial

The French prosecution services have advised that Lamine Diack, the Senegalese former head of the International Association of Athletics Federations between 1999-2015, stand trial with his son for alleged corruption and money laundering.

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French prosecutors have recommended that the former head of athletics' governing body IAAF, Lamine Diack, and his son stand trial for allegedly delaying doping sanctions against Russia in return for payment, reports FRANCE 24.