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Court convicts Salah Abdeslam, 19 others, over 2015 Paris terror attacks

All 20 defendants were convicted for their roles in the 2015 Paris terror attacks. The main defendant was sentenced to life in prison. The highly anticipated verdict brings to an end a case that lasted over nine months.

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