World "Nothing personal" in 2015 Paris attacks, main suspect tells court
Paris attacks trial disrupted after main defendant defies judge
Paris attacks trial disrupted after main defendant defies judgePARIS (Reuters) -The main suspect in the 2015 Islamist attack that killed 130 people in Paris disrupted the trial for a second consecutive day on Thursday to make political statements from the dock, prompting the judge to briefly suspend the hearing.
PARIS (Reuters) - The main suspect in the 2015 Islamist attacks that killed 130 people in Paris told a French court on Wednesday that there was nothing personal about the attacks, French BFM television reported.
"We attacked France, we targeted the population but it was nothing personal," Salah Abdeslam was quoted as saying.
Abdeslam, 31, is believed by prosecutors to be the only surviving member of the Islamic State cell that carried out the gun-and-bomb attacks on bars, restaurants, the Bataclan concert hall and the Stade de France stadium on Nov. 13, 2015.
Video: 20 defendants on trial for Paris terror attacks (Associated Press)
Abdeslam disrupted the trial last week to make political statements from the dock, prompting the judge to briefly suspend the hearing.
(Reporting by Matthieu Protard)
Pedestrians take to the streets of Paris to celebrate the city's seventh annual 'day without cars' .
Mayor Anne Hidalgo opened the streets of Paris to residents and visitors and is working on a plan to reduce car traffic throughout the city.Announced by socialist mayor Anne Hidalgo in 2015, the city received enthusiastic support from both ordinary Parisians and unlikely parties including the head of a French drivers' association, USA Today reported.