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November 2015 Paris terror attacks: the opening of an extraordinary trial


The trial relating to the deadly wave of terror attacks that struck Paris on November 13th 2015 gets under way this Wednesday September 8th. During a hearing scheduled to last nine months, the 20 defendants will be tried over their role in attacks that left 130 dead, hundreds more wounded and many grieving families. Matthieu Suc sets the scene for a trial that is exceptional both in its scale and nature.

Sports stadium security ‘failures’ cast shadow over Euro 2016 in France

France — Link

Police chief admits that security 'broke down' during football cup final at Stade de France north of Paris, just weeks before start of tournament.

Third Stade de France bombing suspect's photo released

France — Link

French police appeal for help in identifying dead man who targeted national stadium as part of orchestrated terror attacks across Paris.

Why fear is our enemy

France — Opinion

The terrorist attack in Paris and at the Stade de France on Friday November 13th targeted the whole of society; our society, our France, a France made up of diversity, plurality, of people coming together and mixing, argues Mediapart's editor-in-chief, Edwy Plenel. It is that open society that the terror wants to shut down, to silence through fear, to make disappear through horror. And it is this society, he says, that we must defend because it is our most secure and lasting protection against terrorism.