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French court lifts Salafist teenager's travel ban, national tensions laid bare

PARIS (Reuters) - A Muslim convert on Tuesday won a court order lifting a travel ban that she says was imposed because of her ultra-conservative Salafist beliefs, in a case that has exposed deep-seated tensions between secular France and its Muslim community.
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