A Paris criminal court on Wednesday gave a former nuncio to France an suspended 8-month prison sentence for sexual assault. The court found Archbishop Luigi Ventura guilty of placing his hands on the buttocks of five men while conducting his public diplomatic duties. He was ordered to pay 13,000 euros ($15,800) to four of the men and 9,000 euros ($10,900) in legal costs, reported AFP.
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