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Petanque, a typically Gallic pastime played by some 20 million French in which a ball is slowly rolled along the gravelly ground, is ubiquitous in Parisian courtyards in summer months.
Seven people including two British tourists were wounded Sunday in Paris when attacked by a man armed with a knife and an iron bar, according to police and other sources.
The man was later shot and killed by police, a local government official said. It was unclear if the violence was terror-related amid reports the violence might be linked to a family dispute.
Four police officers were wounded in the gun battle during a raid on a flat in the Forest area of Brussels on March 15, 2016.
The court made the announcement after hearing an application from terror victims to be named as civil parties in the case against Abdeslam over the March 2016 gun battle.
A Moroccan accomplice of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind of the deadly 2015 Islamic State attacks in Paris, is being held in Poland over suspected participation in terrorist activity.
A Belgian court must acquit Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam because of a legal language mix-up between Dutch and French, his defence lawyer said.
Abdeslam accused judges of being anti-Muslim, refused to answer questions, and proclaimed he put his "trust in Allah" on the first day of the high-security trial on Monday.
Jawad Bendaoud had hired out his apartment to two Islamic State jihadists after the 2015 Paris attacks.
Salah Abdeslam, 28, cut a defiant figure at the court while refusing to stand for the judge or to answer questions about the bloody gunbattle in Brussels that led to his capture in 2016.
The only surviving member of the Islamic State cell that attacked Paris in November 2015 is appearing in public for the first time since his arrest nearly two years ago.
Subahani is familiar to several French IS fighters, including some involved in the Paris attack, officers said.
On second anniversary of Paris terror attacks, jittery French honour the 130 killed on November 13, 2015
Ceremonies are being held at the Stade de France national stadium, cafes in eastern Paris and the Bataclan concert hall to commemorate France's worst-ever terror attacks which killed 130 people.
Two years after the deadliest terror attacks in modern French history, the only surviving suspect to take part in the carnage in Paris remains an enigma.
Belgian authorities have asked their French counterparts to temporarily transfer Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam to Belgium for trial over a shootout with police in Brussels last year.