France issues 2 more warrants for deadly Paris attacks

Flowers are set in a window shattered by a bullet at the Carillon cafe in Paris, France, Sunday Nov. 15, 2015, two days after over 120 people were killed in a series of shooting and explosions. French troops deployed around Paris on Sunday and tourist sites stood shuttered in one of the most visited cities on Earth while investigators questioned the relatives of a suspected suicide bomber involved in the country's deadliest violence since World War II.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

PARIS (AP) — French authorities say they have issued arrest warrants for two more suspects in the November 2015 gun and suicide bomb attacks in Paris that killed 130 people.

Le Monde newspaper said French magistrates investigating the attacks issued the arrest warrants for Oussama Atar and Sofien Ayari in late December.

The Paris prosecutors’ office on Thursday confirmed two warrants were issued.

Le Monde reported that 32-year-old Atar, a Belgium-Moroccan national, is suspected of being among those thought to have plotted the attacks from Syria.

Le Monde said Ayari, a 23-year-old Tunisian, is also suspected of having been part of the cell and is currently detained in Belgium.

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