Two more Frenchmen identified as Paris attackers - prosecutor

By REUTERS
November 15, 2015 19:58

 
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Police have identified two more French nationals who blew themselves up in the coordinated attacks in Paris on Friday, the prosecutor said, and also put out a request for a Belgian-born man they warned was dangerous.

"Two more terrorists killed in the night of Nov. 13 were today formally identified through finger prints," the prosecutor said in a statement, adding they were French and living in Belgium.

The two men, aged 20 and 31, were suicide bombers at the Stade de France and at a bar in the 11th district.

On their Twitter feed the police said they were also seeking a Belgian-born man, Abdeslam Salah in connection with the attack, describing him "dangerous".

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