Legal case filed over 'standdown' order to troops in 2015 Paris attacks

The official revelation that a group of soldiers on security patrol close to the Bataclan muic hall, where 90 concert goers were massacred by an Islamic State terrorist group on the evening of November 13th 2015, were ordered not to intervene has prompted a legal complaint by survivors and victims' relatives.

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Survivors and families of victims of the 2015 Bataclan attack in Paris have filed a legal complaint over the inaction of some soldiers that night in what could expose egregious failings within France's military and political commands, reports FRANCE 24.