Judge rules lack evidence to convict Jawad Bendaoud, who rented flat to two of the terrorists A French court has acquitted a man charged with harbouring Islamists after they carried out the November 2015 Paris attacks, bringing a surprising end to the first criminal trial over the deadliest deadliest terrorism attack in peacetime France. Show More Summary
31-year-old Jawad Bendaoud always denied knowing he had rented a room to France's most wanted criminals
A man who rented his flat to Islamic State jihadists will be sentenced Wednesday in the first trial stemming from 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 people dead. Prosecutors are seeking a four-year jail term for Jawad Bendaoud, thoughShow More Summary
But insufficient evidence to convict Jawad Bendaoud on terror charges, say prosecutors Prosecutors sought a four-year jail term on Tuesday for a man who hired out his apartment to two Islamic State jihadists after the 2015 Paris attacks, but said there was insufficient evidence to convict him on terror charges. Show More Summary
"I had a plan for selling cocaine -- who would want to be my partner now?": Jawad Bendaoud, accused of harbouring jihadists after the 2015 terror attacks in Paris, has been revelling in his chance to put on a show in court. Media reports...Show More Summary
Jawad Bendaoud, the man who housed two of the perpetrators of the November 13, 2015 attacks in Paris, appeared in court on Wednesday on charges of harbouring terrorists.
Jawad Bendaoud accused of helping two gunmen, including suspected ringleader of attacks on Paris venues, cafes
The first trial stemming from the November 2015 Paris terror attacks opens Wednesday when Jawad Bendaoud appears in court, charged with harbouring two of the jihadists in the aftermath of the carnage.
PARIS (AP) — French authorities on Tuesday questioned a top suspect linked to attackers who terrorized Paris, while Belgium's capital remained locked down under threat of a possible similar attack. Jawad Bendaoud, the only person in France known to be facing potential terrorism charges directly linked to the Nov. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - Jawad Bendaoud, the man who provided accommodation in the St. Denis apartment to three people killed in a police raid there last week, will appear before an anti-terrorism judge on Tuesday, a judicial source told Reuters.