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Galliano to Stand Trial in Paris

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The Telegraph is reporting that John Galliano will be forced to stand trial for allegedly making anti-Semitic remarks at a Paris cafe-bar last week. Belinda White reports: "The Paris Prosecutors Office has issued a statement saying it has decided to put John Galliano on trial following a police investigation. The proceedings could take place in the second quarter of this year, and Galliano could face up to six months in prison, and up to €22,500 in fines, if convicted." [Telegraph]