130 people were killed and more than 350 injured in the attack on Bataclan and Saint-Denis in 2015.
French judges closes investigations into the November 13th
2015 bomb attacks, which killed 130 people in the cities of Paris and
Saint-Denis, said a court source.
Four years after the deadliest ‘jihadist’ attacks in France, the
magistrates announced that they will close the judicial investigation, leaving a one-month period for observations by the parties and requests from the French prosecutor before a final decision.