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Frenchwoman, Mexico ex-governor end child custody fight

French citizen Maude Versini poses with her daughters during an interview with AFP on April 5, 2015 in Mexico CityA Frenchwoman and her ex-husband, a former Mexican governor close to his country’s president, have resolved a high-profile, three-year-old child custody battle that made headlines in both nations. Maude Versini told AFP on Sunday that she and her husband signed an agreement allowing her to take her three children to France for seven weeks per year. In return, Versini agreed to drop her legal actions against Arturo Montiel, a former governor of the central State of Mexico, who has had their three children in Mexico since January 2012. “We signed this agreement (before a judge) last night (Saturday) in which I gave up way too much for my taste, but I didn’t have much of a choice,” she told AFP at Mexico City’s airport.

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