Paris (CNN)Fourteen people have gone on trial in Paris over their alleged involvement in a series of deadly terrorist attacks in the city, which began in the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and ended at a kosher supermarket two days later.
The suspects are accused of having provided logistical support to the perpetrators — brothers Said and Chérif Kouachi, and their accomplice Amedy Coulibaly — and face charges of participating in a terrorist criminal association.
If convicted, several of the defendants face sentences of up to 20 years. At least one faces a potential life sentence.
Charlie Hebdo Three days of violence
A total of 17 people were killed in the attacks, which took place in the French capital over three days in January 2015.