French court sentenced seven people to prison terms ranging from six to nine years for relations with an extremist group "Islamic State". Radio Svoboda reports this.
The court found the men aged 24 to 27 years old guilty of recruiting fighters for the ISIS and teaching them while in Syria in 2013-2014.
Both were accused of assisting Abdeslamu Salah, who is suspected of acting one of the main roles in the attacks. He was arrested in Brussels in March and later extradited to France.