From the intelligence communities' take on Ukraine, to the November 2015 Paris attacks trial, to French politics, we take a look at how being (relatively) silent is being addressed in the press. We also find out why where you grow up can determine your sense of direction, or lack of it.
Key suspect Salah Abdeslam has claimed that he bears no responsibility for the 130 people who were killed in the Paris terror attacks of November 2015. His testimony, during a terse exchange with magistrates, drew anger from survivors and their families, who've also been criticising the decision by defence lawyers to stage a walkout during Tuesday’s hearing. To discuss this and more, we're joined for Perspective by Arthur Dénouveaux, a survivor of the attack on the Bataclan and president of the Life for Paris association.