France ‘did all it could’ to foil terror attacks, Hollande tells court


Former French president told trial the government had no prior warning of Paris 2015 attacks.

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The former French president François Hollande has told a Paris court that authorities “did everything we could” to prevent terrorist attacks on the country – including launching military strikes on jihadist training camps in Syria and Iraq – but the government did not have information that could have stopped the 2015 Paris terror attacks, reports The Guardian