Slovakia school attack: Knifeman kills one, injures five before being shot dead by police
The 22-year-old attacked his former school in northern Slovakia, killing the deputy director and injuring five, before he was shot dead by police.
Fourteen people have gone on trial in Paris on charges of assisting the gunmen who attacked the weekly Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket five years ago, killing 17 people.
Only 11 of the suspected accomplices appeared in the packed court on Wednesday to face charges of conspiracy in a "terrorist act" or "association with a terror group". The other three fled to territory controlled by ISIL (ISIS) in Syria or Iraq before the January 2015 attacks on the publication's offices and the supermarket in the French capital.
The three attackers were shot dead by police in separate standoffs.
Al Jazeera's Natasha Butler, reporting from Paris, said the trial would be "very closely watched" in France until it wraps up in November.
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