In November 2015, a series of coordinated attacks took place in Paris and in the suburb of Saint-Denis, claiming the lives of 130 people, 90 of them at the Bataclan theatre.
Fourteen people will face trial over the November 2015 terror attacks in France, the country’s anti-terrorism prosecutor’s department said.
In all, twenty people have faced charges in connection with the attacks, the department added.
“…fourteen people have been indicted, eleven of them have been placed in pre-trial detention and three under judicial supervision. Six more people are subject to an arrest warrant,” the department’s statement said.
On 13 November 2015, Paris and its suburb of Saint-Denis were rocked by a series of coordinated terror attacks that claimed the lives of 130 people, 90 of them were killed at the Bataclan theatre. The number of injured exceeded 350.
The attacks were called the deadliest in France since World War II, and a nationwide state of emergency was imposed in the country to be lifted only two years later, on 1 November 2017.