— 12:12 a.m. Police special forces enter the Bataclan, two terrorists blow themselves up, one is killed by police.
— Early morning: Salah Abdeslam, who had dropped the stadium bombers off and whose brother was one of the restaurant attackers, flees to Belgium.
— 11:42 a.m. The Islamic State group claims the responsibility for the attacks as retaliation against France for “insulting (the) Prophet” and air strikes in Iraq and Syria.
— Nov. 17-18 : Police raid a house in the northern suburb of Saint-Denis, where two men involved in the attacks are hidden. One of the men detonates his explosive vest, and they and a woman with them die.
— March 18, 2016: Salah Abdeslam is captured in the Molenbeek area of Brussels, Belgium.
— March 22, 2016: Three suicide bombers connected to the November 2015 Paris attacks kill 32 people and injure more than 300 in Brussels.
— April 8: Mohamed Abrini, who was involved in the Paris attacks and Brussels bombings, is arrested in Anderlecht outside Brussels.
— Sept. 8, 2021: The trial of the Nov. 13, 2015, Paris attacks opened in Paris. A total of 20 men are named as defendants. Abrini, Abdeslam and 12 others appeared in court. Five of the defendants are presumed dead and one is on the run.
— May 25, 2022: The judges are expected to give their verdict.