Paris attacks: accused says killings revenge for French airstrikes in Syria and Iraq
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Salah Abdeslam says attacks ‘nothing personal’ and François Hollande ‘knew risks’ of targeting IS

The sole survivor of the jihadist cell alleged to have killed 130 people in Paris six years ago has told his trial the attacks were revenge for French airstrikes in Syria and Iraq, and that France had known “the risks” of attacking Islamic State.

“We fought France, we attacked France, we targeted the civilian population – but it was nothing personal against them,” Salah Abdeslam said of the...

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