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Ex-king of Belgium ordered to pay thousands per day until he submits DNA for paternity test

FOXNews.com Thursday, 16 May 2019
King Albert II — the former monarch of Belgium — must pay 5,000 euros for every day he refuses to provide a DNA sample in a paternity case brought on by a woman who claims to be his daughter, a court ruled Thursday.
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