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DIRECT. Trial of the attacks of November 13: hostages of the Bataclan will come to testify


Since the end of September, the survivors and relatives of the victims of the attacks of November 13, 2015 have testified at the bar of the Assize Court.

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  • Supply of weapons, false papers, knowledge of deadly projects ... For more than a month, 14 men have been appearing in Paris to answer for their involvement to varying degrees in the attacks of November 13, 2015 which left 131 dead in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis) and in Paris.

    All our articles on the subject are here.

  • Until the end of October, the Assize Court listens to the testimonies of survivors of the attacks or their relatives.

    Nearly 1,300 people have become civil parties in this trial.

    350 are called to testify.

  • This Tuesday, some of the hostages, held in the Bataclan by the terrorists Ismaël Omar Mostefaï and Foued Mohamed-Aggad, will come and give evidence.

> Follow the hearings of the civil parties live


The hearing is scheduled to resume in a few minutes.

To read alsoTrial of the attacks of November 13: "But then, I will never see my dad again?"


"She had blue eyes, filled with fear and pain



Survivor of the Bataclan, seriously injured, Marc told last Friday before the Special Assize Court his fight to get out of the hell of the pit of the concert hall.

And evoked these faces of strangers, mown down by bullets, that he crossed.

Read his testimony here.


Hello and welcome to this live.

Today, hostages from the Bataclan are due to testify in court.

Source: leparis

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