French prosecutor demands six-year jail sentence for ex-CERN physicist

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A French public prosecutor has asked a Paris court to sentence an Algerian-born nuclear physicist to six years in prison for terrorist activities.

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A French state prosecutor on Friday asked a Paris court to sentence an Algerian-born nuclear physicist to six years in prison for his suspected role in plotting terrorism with al-Qaida’s north African wing, reports The Associated Press in The Washington Post.