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April 28, 1987 | From Reuters
The trial of ousted Central African dictator Jean-Bedel Bokassa resumed Monday after a weeklong suspension. The proceedings, which have dragged on since November, were suspended when one of the court's legal counsels fell ill. The 65-year-old former dictator is accused of crimes ranging from murder to cannibalism and embezzlement of state funds.
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April 28, 1987 | From Reuters
The trial of ousted Central African dictator Jean-Bedel Bokassa resumed Monday after a weeklong suspension. The proceedings, which have dragged on since November, were suspended when one of the court's legal counsels fell ill. The 65-year-old former dictator is accused of crimes ranging from murder to cannibalism and embezzlement of state funds.
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