An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP
An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP

Charlie Hebdo attack: 14 accomplices found guilty by French court

  • Key defendant, ‘Islamic State princess’ Hayat Boumeddiene, was tried in absentia and sentenced to 30 years in jail
  • Seventeen people were killed over three days in attacks that followed the satirical magazine’s publication of cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammed in 2015

Topic |   Islamic militancy
An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP
An artist’s sketch shows the Paris courthouse during the sentencing hearing in the Charlie Hebdo trial on Wednesday. Image: Marie Williams via AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE