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Share13 November 2019The French president, Emmanuel Macron, invites his compatriots to "remain united to never let terrorism win", four years after the jihadist attacks of 13 November 2015 which caused 130 deaths and 350 wounded among the Stade de France, the Bataclan and the premises of central Paris.
"Let us remember the promise we had made ourselves: remain united to never let those who had perpetrated all this win. Let us remember November 13 and its victims," the president wrote in a tweet, as commemoration commenced in the places of the massacre, in the presence, among other things, of the interior minister, Christophe Castaner, the colleague responsible for justice, Nicole Belloubet and the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo. Ceremonies that ended at the end of the morning, with the intervention of associations close to the victims, after a last tribute, with a minute of silence and wreaths in front of the Bataclan.
Last month, the sprawling anti-terror judges' inquiry into the devastating attacks claimed by the ISIS that shook Paris and Europe came to fruition. A total of 14 people, including 11 in temporary detention, are under investigation in the investigation, awaiting trial. Among these, Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving survivor of the three jihadist commandos, currently imprisoned in the Fleury-Merogis penitentiary. Another five suspects, of which some data for deaths in Syria or Iraq, such as the Clain brothers, are the subject of an arrest warrant. The process could take place in 2021.