The French officer was in trouble. Just twenty-three, second lieutenant Christian de Chergé had been drafted while halfway through his seminary studies.
Now stationed as a peacekeeping officer in the little town of Tiaret, Algeria, he was out walking with his friend Mohammed, the town policeman,...
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