A French member of Islamic State has been sentenced in absentia to 15 years in jail. Salim Benghalem, who has been linked to last year’s Charlie Hebdo attacks, is believed to be in Syria with the jihadist group and is subject to an international arrest warrant. Six other individuals, the majority of whom returned from Syria and Iraq to France, were given prison sentences of between six and nine years.
Thirty-five-year-old Benghalem, who is still at large, is believed to have had links to Said ...
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