Weapons found in Paris â€˜getawayâ€™ car
abandoned car believed to have been used by
some of the Paris attackers, French judicial sources
The black Seat car was found in the eastern Paris
suburb of Montreuil on Sunday and suggests some
of the attackers got away.
Earlier, the first of the seven dead attackers was
named as Ismail Mostefai.
Six people close to him are in custody, the BBC
France is in three days of mourning for the 129
people killed in the attacks.
A special service for the families of the victims, the
350 people who were wounded, and the survivors
will be held at Parisâ€™s Notre Dame Cathedral later
Fridayâ€™s attacks, claimed by Islamic State (IS)
militants, hit a concert hall, a major stadium,
restaurants and bars in the French capital.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls has said France will
continue with air strikes against IS in Syria, and
described the group as a very well-organised
President Francois Hollande has cancelled his
plans to attend the G-20 summit in Turkey and is
holding meetings with various political leaders to
discuss the crisis.
The black Seat car, found in Montreuil, is believed
to have been used by gunmen who opened fire at
people in restaurants on Friday night, police said.
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