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A French administrative court has rejected appeals by two men placed under house arrest as part of the nation's state of emergency, saying the measure was justified because they have close ties to Islamists.
The decisions were the first in France in the case of suspects appealing measures against them since the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris that killed 130 people.
Since the state of emergency went into effect the following day, authorities have placed 276 people under house arrest. In addition, 24 others who are considered risks to public order during the climate summit which...