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French Justice Minister meets with prison guards' unions after deadly attack in Normandy

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French Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti meets with prison guards' unions the day after two prison officers were killed in an attack on a prison van at a toll booth in Normandy. The unions are calling for "a drastic reduction in prison transport by promoting the use of videoconferencing by judges or their travel to prisons." IMAGES

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