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Girl spent 8 hours beneath bodies in French Alps


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"We strictly don’t know why these people were killed," Maillaud said, adding that about 15 bullet casings were found near the car.

Police vehicles have barricaded the road about 3 kilometers (1.5 miles) from where the bodies were found and say searches continued Thursday in the surrounding forest.

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French President Francois Hollande was to speak with British Prime Minister David Cameron later Thursday about the slaying as both men attended events at London’s Paralympic Games.




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