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'You can't turn the clock back': Paris survivors react to verdicts
Survivors and relatives of the victims of the November 2015 terror attacks responded to Wednesday's guilty verdicts with a mixture of emotions, mostly relief.
Paris attacks trial: Will Salah Abdeslam ever be released from prison?
Social media users had expressed concern that Salah Abdeslam could be released after 30 years due to a provision claiming this is an option. But is it possible to ask for parole during the incompressible life sentence?
Paris terror attacks trial: Abdeslam given life in prison, no parole
Salah Abdeslam and 19 other men were all found guilty for their role in the 2015 attacks across the French capital, killing 180 people.
Son of victim of Paris attacks calls trial suspect a 'rotten banana'
The five-year-old boy's testimony was read out in court at the landmark trial in the 2015 terror attacks.
'Evil did not win': Eagles of Death Metal recount Paris attacks
The band had been performing at the Bataclan concert hall when the attacks occurred.
Belgian trial begins against alleged accomplices of 2015 Paris attacks
The suspects are accused of providing shelter, money or transport to the terrorist cell behind the attacks which left 130 people dead.
Main defendant in 2015 Paris attacks trial apologises to victims
Salah Abdeslam is believed to be the last surviving member of the terrorist cell that carried out the attacks.
'I didn't kill anyone,' says main defendant in Paris attacks trial
Salah Abdeslam will be questioned for the next two days over the November 13 terror attacks.
France commemorates 6th anniversary of Paris terror attacks
France has been holding commemorations to mark the sixth anniversary of the terror attacks in the capital that left 130 people dead.
Audio recording of Bataclan terror attack played in Paris court
An association of victims had requested that an audio recording of the massacre be played in court.
'Terrifying': Policeman on being first officer at Bataclan massacre
"We remain scarred for life," said the superintendent who was the first police officer to arrive at the Bataclan massacre on November 13, 2015.
Suspect in Paris terror trial says 2015 attack was 'nothing personal'
"We attacked France, we targeted the population but it was nothing personal," the only surviving attacker told a Paris courtroom.
Paris attacks: Accused Abdeslam's 'provocations' on first day of trial
Salah Abdeslam, the main accused in the trial of 20 men, remained defiant as proceedings opened but a lawyer for the plaintiffs said he was 'not the main event' and the first day had gone well.
Bereaved brace for silence ahead of Paris terror attacks trial
"This trial won't bring back our daughters," one French couple directly affected by the terror attack told Euronews.