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A bomb and gunfire attack has kulled at least 200 people in a mosque on the Sinai peninsula, Egyptian state-run TV reports. Officials say the attackers set off a bomb and then opened fire on worshippers, several of whom were soldiers. No group has claimed responsibility. The military is fighting the local branch of the Islamic State armed group in the area.
Two French media released on Sunday a surreptitious recording of a judge involved in the Kerviel investigation. As per the recording, French bank Société Générale had known of Kerviel rogue trades.
“When you talk about it, honestly everbody in the financial world is laughing, they know that Société Générale knew. The Société Générale knew, knew. It’s obvious, obvious,” former judge Chantal de Leiris said in June 2015.
In broadcasted extracts, De Leiris has talked about existing relationships during the investigation between some members of the Court and some lawyers of the bank.