Police say up to 6 Paris terror suspects may still be at large

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PARIS (AP) — Police believe as many as six terror-cell members may still be at large after the Paris attacks, one of whom has been spotted driving a car registered to the widow of one of the slain attackers.

Two French police officials told The Associated Press on Monday that authorities are searching the Paris area for the Mini Cooper car registered to the widow, Hayat Boumeddiene. Turkish officials say she is now in Syria.


For more, CCTV America interviewed Jean Charles Brisard, chairman of Center for Analysis of Terrorism.

Jean Charles Brisard on Paris attack

For more, CCTV America interviewed Jean Charles Brisard, chairman of Center for Analysis of Terrorism.


Troops deployed across France in effort to reassure public

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday paid his respects at the kosher supermarket in Paris where an Islamic extremist murdered four people last week. But the Israeli premier’s invitation to French Jews to migrate to Israel has ruffled feathers in France. CCTV’s Kate Parkinson reported this story from Paris.

Troops deployed across France in effort to reassure public

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday paid his respects at the kosher supermarket in Paris where an Islamic extremist murdered four people last week. But the Israeli premier's invitation to French Jews to migrate to Israel has ruffled feathers in France. CCTV’s Kate Parkinson reported this story from Paris.

The French government scrambled to reassure the Jewish community it was safe and an integral part of France. During a visit to a Jewish school on Monday, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve announced a security boost around Jewish sites.

“There are today 4,700 policemen and military police who have been deployed in a strong and determined manner. There are soldiers who will join them. There is also a will, which is ours, to ensure that these guards, this security is sustainable in this context,” Cazeneuve said.

10,000 troops will be deployed across the country, an unprecedented measure that underscores the lingering threat of further attacks.

Prime Minister Manual Valls told France’s BFM television that France is at war against “terrorism, jihadism, and radical Islam” and said investigators are still hunting for people connected to last week’s attacks.

The investigation will also focus on how the French intelligence agencies and police overlooked the men who carried out last week’s attacks and attempt to ascertain the presence of more European jihadis.