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American witnesses arrive to give evidence at trial over foiled Paris train attack


On the 5th day of the trial over the foiled Paris train attack in August 2015, Anthony Sadler and Aleksander Skarlatos, two of the three Americans whose heroic intervention stopped assailant Ayoub El Khazzani, arrive at the Palais de Justice in Paris to give evidence. Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood made the 2018 film "The 15:17 to Paris" about the events of August 21, 2015 and had even been listed as a possible witness in the trial but will in the end not have to give testimony. IMAGES

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