Two years after the November 2015 Paris attacks, many victims are still struggling to recover. Those who lost relatives or suffered injuries have since received financial compensation, but many others are left to deal with the trauma by themselves.
A man killed three people and injured others before being shot dead in what French President Macron called an "Islamist terrorist attack." A policeman who swapped places with a hostage has also died of his injuries.
An officer who was wounded after changing places with a hostage during a supermarket siege in southwestern France has died. The death toll is now four in what President Macron called an "Islamist terrorist attack."
The EU has recalled its ambassador to Russia in response to a poisoning, but Paris and Berlin want further action. Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel stood side by side as they went on to condemn US tariffs.
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.
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