Psychologists and police were among the fans Tuesday night as the rock band Eagles of Death Metal performed for the first time in Paris since the November show in the Bataclan concert hall that was the scene of a terrifying massacre.
Jawad Bendaoud had argued that he had no knowledge of the attackers' plans, which killed 130 individuals. He will walk free after a court found that there was insufficient evidence to convict him of terrorism charges.
Three people have been detained in connection with August's terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils. The arrests were made in the French regions of Gard and Tarn, following a joint French and Spanish police operation.
Several artists and public officials have rejected American artist Jeff Koons' offer to give Paris a sculpture in honor of the victims of the 2015 terror attacks. They decried the proposed gift as "cynical."
The first trial connected with the November 2015 Paris terror attacks has started, with Jawad Bendaoud appearing in court charged with harboring two jihadists after the attack. The 31-year-old is pleading his ignorance.
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