Spain to send suspected arms supplier in Paris kosher store attack to France

April 18, 2016 14:32


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MADRID - Spain's High Court said on Monday it will order the return to France of a man suspected of supplying the arms used by an Islamist militant in a 2015 attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris.

Frenchman Antoine Denive, 27, was arrested along with two men from Serbia and Montenegro on April 12 near Malaga, on Spain's southern coast, and accused of arms trafficking.

Denive will be sent to a criminal court in Lille within 10 days to face charges of belonging to a criminal organization and illegally trafficking in arms, ammunition and explosives, the court said in a ruling.

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