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Ex-wife of Nice attacker released from police custody

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The estranged wife of Nice attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel has been released from police custody.

A lawyer for the woman, who is the mother of his children, said she was no longer in touch with Bouhlel.

Jean-Yves Garino told local media she had been physically abused by her husband and thrown him out.

Mr Garino added Bouhlel was also with the rest of the family, including hiw mother-in-law.

Six people are still being held in custody in connection with the attack.

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