Paris attacks suspect tells court he chose not to detonate his bomb


Salah Abdeslam told Paris trial over the November 13, 2015 massacres that the reason he did not trigger his explosive belt was not out of cowardice or fear, but because he "just didn't want to".

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The last surviving suspect in the November 2015 attacks in and around Paris apologised to the court on Wednesday, saying he chose not to detonate his suicide belt that night but felt ashamed for not doing so: "I was afraid of the looks from the other jihadists," he said, reports FRANCE 24.