Charlie Hebdo trial: French court convicts 14 over 2015 terror attacksDecember 16, 2020
Defendants found guilty on range of charges from membership of criminal network to complicity in attacks
A court in France has convicted 14 people in relation to the January 2015 terror attacks in Paris on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket.
A total of 17 people were murdered across three days in a series of attacks that horrified the nation. All three assailants were killed in shootouts with the police, leaving only accomplices to face trial.