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Attentats de Paris : appel à témoins pour identifier l’un des kamikazes du stade de France//French police identified a new suspect near “Stade de France” and seeks for witnesses

La police française a lancé un nouvel appel à témoins, mardi soir, pour tenter d’identifier l’un des trois kamikazes s’étant fait exploser aux abords du stade de France, vendredi soir.// French Police launches a new manhunt for witnesses on Tuesday night, in order to identify one of the three suicide bombers who explosed themselves near Stade de France the 13th of November in Paris


Français:

La police française a diffusé, mardi soir, un nouvel appel à témoins pour parvenir à identifier l’un des trois kamikazes s’étant fait exploser au stade de France, vendredi soir, lors des attaques simultanées qui ont frappé Paris. Les personnes ayant des informations le concernant sont invitées à appeler le numéro vert 197.

Les enquêteurs ont diffusé mardi soir la photo de cet homme contrôlé en octobre en Grèce et à côté duquel a été retrouvé un passeport syrien dont l’identité correspondrait à celle d’un soldat de Bachar al-Assad tué il y a plusieurs mois. La photo diffusée est celle figurant sur le passeport au nom d’Ahmad al Mohammad, né le 10 septembre 1990 à Idleb, dans le nord-ouest de la Syrie.

Contrôlé en Grèce le 3 octobre dernier. Si l’authenticité de ce document d’identité reste encore à vérifier, “il existe une concordance entre les empreintes papillaires du kamikaze et celles relevées lors d’un contrôle en Grèce en octobre 2015”, a indiqué le parquet de Paris.

Autrement dit, même si le terroriste circulait avec de faux papiers, il a bien suivi l’itinéraire d’un migrant, empruntant même la “route des Balkans”, selon Le Monde. Contrôlé sur l’île grecque de Leros le 3 octobre dernier, le jeune homme avait ensuite déposé une demande d’asile en Serbie avant que l’on ne perde sa trace en Croatie.

L’identité réelle du détenteur de ce passeport reste donc à vérifier par les enquêteurs, qui cherchent par le biais de cet appel des éléments supplémentaires pour déterminer notamment qui il est et dans quels endroits il a pu se rendre.

 

Salah Abdeslam, toujours en cavale.Le premier appel à témoins, lancé dimanche par la police française dans le cadre de l’enquête sur les attentats à Paris, concerne le Français Salah Abdeslam, considéré par les enquêteurs comme l’un des hommes du groupe de terroristes ayant mené les attaques revendiquées par l’Etat islamique. Il fait également l’objet d’un mandat d’arrêt international lancé par la Belgique, où il vivait.

Ce jeune homme de 26 ans est soupçonné d’avoir participé aux fusillades dans les Xe et XIe arrondissements de la capitale en compagnie de son frère, Brahim, qui s’est fait exploser dans un bistrot du boulevard Voltaire.

Second fugitive identified in Paris massacre, officials reveal

French officials did not identify the second fugitive. Speaking to The Associated Press, they said an analysis of the series of attacks on Nov. 13 indicated that another person directly involved was unaccounted for.

Meantime, police said they arrested an Algerian man linked to the attacks, at a refugee center in western Germany, Reuters reports.

Police say he apparently told Syrian refugees at the center that fear and terror would be spread in the French capital. Police are looking into whether he’s an accomplice or a confidante of the Paris attackers, Reuters adds. At least two other suspects reportedly entered Europe through Greece posing as refugees.

Germany’s top security official said a Syrian passport found with one of the Paris attackers may have been a false flag intended to make Europeans fearful of refugees, but said he could not confirm it conclusively. Interior minister Thomas de Maiziere told reporters in Berlin that it was “unusual that such a person was faithfully registered in Greece, Serbia and Croatia, even though we’re usually pressing for registration to take place and lament that it isn’t always done properly.”

He said the multiple registrations by a person using the passport were “evidence that this was a trail that was intentionally laid, but it can’t be ruled out at the moment that this was an IS terrorist who came to France…via Germany as a refugee.”

The details emerged as the surviving brother of the first fugitive spoke to French television and begged his brother to turn himself in.

Mohamed Abdeslam said his sibling, Salah, was devout but showed no signs of being a radical Islamist. He told the French channel BFM, “Of course I call on him to turn himself over to the police. The best would be for him to give himself up so that justice can shed all the light on this.”

A third brother, Brahim, was among the suicide bombers in Paris.

Mohamed Abdeslam was arrested and questioned following the attack and was released Monday. He said Salah prayed and attended a mosque occasionally but dressed in jeans and pullovers and showed no signs of being a radical.

The Latest: Moving Ceremony in London to Honor Paris Victims

 

Uniting in defiance and respect, fans and players of the French and English soccer teams are delivering a moving display of solidarity at Wembley Stadium at a game staged four days after the deadly attacks in Paris.

A touching pre-game ceremony saw England and France supporters sing the French national anthem as one. Then the two squads came together around the center circle to observe a minute of silence in honor of the 129 people killed in Paris.

Social media was awash with praise for the dignified way a sensitive occasion was handled. Wembley’s iconic arch in London was lit up in the blue, white, and red of the French flag, while the French motto “Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite” was projected on the front of the English national stadium.

Germany on alert after ‘concrete plan’ to attack stadium (dw.com)

The international friendly between Germany and the Netherlands in Hanover was canceled by German police over security concerns. No explosives have been found, but there is a ‘serious threat to Germany and Europe’.

Less than two hours before kick-off in the international match between Germany and the Netherlands in Hanover, the fixture was canceled by German police due to a serious threat of an attack on the stadium.

Volker Kluwe, Hanover’s chief of police, stated on German TV that a device “intended to be set off inside the stadium” was found before the evacuation was confirmed.

Earlier in the evening a “suspicious object” had been discovered by police forces around the stadium. Road blocks were set up and no fans were allowed to enter the area surrounding the HDI Arena. However, police did eventually open the roads, allowing journalists and fans to enter the stadium, having deemed the area safe.

Shortly after allowing spectators and journalist through, the evacuation was confirmed and all personnel were forced to leave the area.

“We received a tip-off that after the first object was found, another attack had been planned. We had to take this seriously,” Klume added.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel was due to attend the fixture, but had not reached the stadium before the evacuation had been announced.

 

What we know so far (Guardian.com)

Safe houses’ and vehicles investigated

 

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