The Brussels man hosted Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving member of the cell behind multiple terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015, at his home.
Twenty men were sentenced at the end of the marathon trial, held in Paris's historic Palais de Justice, that lasted nine months, with over 2,000 plaintiffs and more than 300 lawyers involved.
The trial will last until May 2022 with 145 days of scheduled hearings involving about 330 lawyers, 300 victims and testimony from former president Francois Hollande.
In his address to the National Rifle Association, US President Donald Trump claimed that the victims could have stopped the deadly 2015 attacks on Paris, if they had guns.
The prime surviving suspect in the 2015 Daesh attacks on Paris says he will answer no questions as his trial in Belgium over a shooting that preceded his arrest got under way.
In a rare address to both houses of parliament, French President Emmanuel Macron said the "continuous search for scandal" by the media and slow legislating need to end. A court composed of lawmakers that judges government officials will be revamped.
Music lovers are excited to revive the scarred Bataclan theatre with Sting's concert, which sold out within minutes of going on sale.
A vehicle, stocked with guns and grenades, rammed into crowds watching a fireworks display during Bastille Day celebrations, killing dozens.
Points out miscommunication between France's six different intelligence units failed to prevent deadly Paris attacks in 2015.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has been transferred to France from Belgium, both countries' prosecutors confirm
Brussels suspect Osama Krayem reportedly charged over Paris attacks
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls plans to extend state of emergency by two months to ensure security at European Championship soccer tournament
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