2015 Paris attacks accused offers 'condolences' to victims


Salah Abdeslam, 32, on trial in Paris along with 19 others over the shooting and suicide bombing attacks in and around the French capital in November 2015 by an Islamic State cell, which claimed the lives of 130 people, on Friday told the court that he wished 'to express my condolences and offer an apology to all the victims'.

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The main defendant in the trial over the 2015 Paris attacks has apologised to victims at the end of his testimony, reports BBC News.