Nice attack trial

Nice attack trial - A special device has been set up to allow the trial of the July 14th attack in Nice to be followed remotely online. The trial of the attack on July 14th, 2016, in Nice can be followed by the civil parties thanks to a web radio, a device created especially for the trial of November 13th. A total of 865 people and associations have joined as civil parties for the trial of the July 14th, 2016, attack in Nice, which left 86 dead and more than 400 injured.  The device, created especially for November 13th, allows civil parties who wish and who request it to listen to the proceedings without having to go to the courthouse. From September 5th, the date on which the July 14th trial opens before the court Paris, a "web radio will be accessible from abroad, major work has been launched to enable this development in a secure way” assured the Ministry of Justice.

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