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French court finds 14 people guilty of complicity in Charlie Hebdo, supermarket attacks

By DW
17 December 2020   |   11:19 am
The fourteen defendants included the former partner of one of the attackers, weapons dealers and childhood friends. Most said the did not know of the terrorist intent and were only trying to aid in a less severe crime.

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