Murders and organised crime hit Corsica


The French island of Corsica is best known for its tourism but it also has the highest murder rate per capita in Europe.

The island has a history of violence and assassinations, with many murders still unsolved.

Tom Esslemont spoke to the daughter of prominent lawyer, Antoine Sollacaro, who was assassinated at a petrol station in Ajaccio on the west coast of the island last year.

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