The trial of those accused of organising a foiled terror attack on a Paris train is set to open in France. RFI reports that the four suspects face charges of attempted terrorist murder and complicity. The principal suspect, Ayoub El Khazzani, was tackled by passengers after emerging heavily armed from a toilet on an Amsterdam-Paris high-speed train on 21 August 2015. The 31-year-old, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria in May 2015, is charged with “attempted terrorist murder” and will be joined in the dock at the special anti-terror court by three other men accused of helping him. The passengers included two off-duty US servicemen, whose actions were later made into a film by Hollywood director Clint Eastwood.