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Siyakha Traore (C), Bouna's elder brother, beside the president of French association 'Au dela des mots' (Beyond words) Samir Mihi (C,R), answers journalists' questions as he leaves the Cour of Cassation, France's highest court, in Paris on October 31, 2012, after the court cancelled a previous dismissal in the case of the two police officers involved in the death of Bouna Traore and Zyed Benna in 2005. These two French teenagers of African origin died on October 27, 2005, after being electrocuted in a sub-station while fleeing from the police. The death of the two boys started the country's worst urban unrest since the 1968 student revolts. The lawyers of the Traore and Benna families are seen at left, Jean-Pierre Mignard (L, down) and Emmanuel Tordjman (L, up) and at right, Patrice Spinosi. AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA (Photo credit should read MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Siyakha Traore (C), Bouna's elder brother, beside the president of French association 'Au dela des mots' (Beyond words) Samir Mihi (C,R), answers journalists' questions as he leaves the Cour of Cassation, France's highest court, in Paris on October 31, 2012, after the court cancelled a previous dismissal in the case of the two police officers involved in the death of Bouna Traore and Zyed Benna in 2005. These two French teenagers of African origin died on October 27, 2005, after being electrocuted in a sub-station while fleeing from the police. The death of the two boys started the country's worst urban unrest since the 1968 student revolts. The lawyers of the Traore and Benna families are seen at left, Jean-Pierre Mignard (L, down) and Emmanuel Tordjman (L, up) and at right, Patrice Spinosi. AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA (Photo credit should read MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images)
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