Guilty verdicts for 19 accused over November 2015 Paris attacks

At the end of the longest-ever trial in French legal history, a jury of magistrates on Wednesday found Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving member of an Islamic State group cell which murdered 130 people in a series of shooting and suicide bomb attacks in Paris in November 2015, guilty of terrorism and murder as charged, and pronounced guilty verdicts on 18 others charged with various degrees of complicity in the killings.   

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A French court on Wednesday evening  began handing down verdicts against 20 men accused of involvement in the 2015 Paris attacks which saw 130 people killed, reports BBC News.