Paris - A French court has jailed four convicts and Islamists linked to a failed car bomb attack outside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris three years ago, the French daily Le Figaro reported.

The court sentenced one of them, Enas Madani, to 30 years in prison and Ornila Gilligman, 25.

Two other women were also sentenced to 20 years in prison each for cooperating with the defendants.

At the dawn of September 4, 2016, a car loaded with seven gas cylinders and three cans of diesel was parked on a street near the cathedral in central Paris.

Prosecutors said: "The two women stopped the car after they sent a video clip claiming responsibility for the planned attack of a person named Rashid Qasim, a French from" IS. "

Source: Reuters

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