A Czech businessman abducted in southern France earlier this month was murdered, the daily Právo reported on Saturday quoting police sources. The 72-year-old man arrived in Nice on March 6 to close a real-estate deal with two Czech nationals but was abducted on his way from the airport. The police reportedly believe he was shot dead by one of the clients; his body has been discovered in the French Alps, the daily said. The police arrested two people in the Czech Republic in connection with the case.
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