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Alexandre Benalla: Sacked Macron aide held over diplomatic passports

BBC News Thursday, 17 January 2019
Alexandre Benalla: Sacked Macron aide held over diplomatic passportsFormer security aide Alexandre Benalla is in custody over his alleged use of diplomatic passports.
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News video: Macron's former bodyguard Benalla in custody over diplomatic passports row

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French president Emmanuel Macron's former bodyguard and security adviser, Alexandre Benalla, has been placed in custody as part of an investigation concerning his use of diplomatic passports, said the Paris prosecutor's office.

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