One of the Paris attacks terrorist was previosly charged, the French prosecutor François Molins said.
Fingerprints from one of the suicide bombers behind the attacks at the Stade de France in Paris matched the prints of a man registered in Greece in October, the prosecutor said on Monday.
It is known that International terrorism warrant was issued for one of the attackers by Interpol.
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“At this stage, while the authenticity of a passport in the name of Ahmad al Mohammad, born Sept. 10 1990 in Idlib, Syria needs to be verified, there are similarities between the fingerprints of the suicide bomber and those taken during a control in Greece in October,” the Paris prosecutor said in a statement.
“Five of the terrorists killed have now been identified,” prosecutor added.
Molins also said a second bomber at the Bataclan concert hall had now been identified: it is a 28-year old Samy Ammour from Drancy (north of Paris). The man was known to counter-terrorism units after being placed under investigation and judicial control for his attempts to go to Yemen.
On Friday night, extremists wearing explosive belts and carrying automatic weapons attacked several sites across Paris, killing 132 and injuring dozens of people at restaurants, the Bataclan concert hall and in the vicinity of the Stade de France sports arena.The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attacks in the French capital. According to media reports, at least two suspects have been in Syria at some time in the past.
On Sunday, the French Defense Ministry said the country’s aviation launched a massive airstrike against ISIL positions in Syria, destroying a command center and a training camp in Raqqa.