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France to Declassify Documents for Probe

France’s defense minister will declassify 105 secret intelligence memos for a probe into claims that French peacekeepers were complicit in the 1994 genocide of more than half a million Rwandans, a spokesman said Friday. Defense Minister Michele Alliot-Marie ordered the memos from the DGSE, France’s main foreign intelligence agency, to be declassified, a ministry spokesman said. The documents will be turned over to investigating magistrate Florence Michon, who had requested them for her probe into claims by six genocide survivors, said the spokesman who asked for anonymity as he was not allowed to speak to the press. Full Story

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