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  • The French state prosecutor had initially ruled there was insufficient evidence to charge Landis with hacking, however that decision was overruled by the ‘Tribunal Correctionel’ in Nanterre just outside Paris.

    Landis and Baker ordered to stand trial in France for computer hacking

  • The officials said Judge Thomas Cassuto, who sits in Nanterre, just west of Paris, made the decision Oct. 15.

    Cyclist Landis to Stand Trial in France

  • Jacques Brinon/Associated Press Youth clash with riot police officers in Nanterre, outside Paris.

    Strikes Intensify in France

  • It was during this state of things that a girl was born to a wealthy peasant at the village now called Nanterre, about two miles from

    A Book of Golden Deeds

  • Jacques Brinon/Associated Press Protesters burned a car in Nanterre.

    Strikes Intensify in France

  • The Paris march, which drew some 60,000 people according to police, was peaceful despite a morning of violence at a high school on Nanterre, just west of the French capital, where several hundred youths threw stones at police and scuffled with outsiders.

    France Retirement Protests Turn Violent

  • The Paris march, which drew some 60,000 people according to police, was peaceful despite a morning of violence at a high school on Nanterre, just west of the French capital, where several hundred youths threw stones at police and scuffled with outsiders.

    France Retirement Protests Turn Violent

  • At a high school in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, closed because of earlier violence, a few hundred youths started throwing stones from a bridge at nearly as many police, who responded with tear gas and barricaded the area.

    French Retirement Protests Turn Violent (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

  • The Paris march, which drew some 60,000 people according to police, was peaceful despite a morning of violence at a high school on Nanterre, just west of the French capital, where several hundred youths threw stones at police and scuffled with outsiders.

    France Retirement Protests Turn Violent

  • The Paris march, which drew some 60,000 people according to police, was peaceful despite a morning of violence at a high school on Nanterre, just west of the French capital, where several hundred youths threw stones at police and scuffled with outsiders.

    France Retirement Protests Turn Violent

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