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Search focused on Belgian-born brother of suicide bomber
In 2010, however, Mostefai came on the radar screen of French intelligence because of his associations with radical Islamists at a mosque near Chartres, a city 56 miles west of Paris. He is believed to have traveled to Syria in the winter of 2013. “That is when we lost track of him,” the official said.

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The Latest: Paris eatery owner's friend recalls attack scene
The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local): 7:50 p.m. Mourners gathered in silence to lay white flowers outside a restaurant on Paris' trendy rue de Charonne where attackers with a purported link to the Islamic State group went on a rampage, killing 19 people and critically wounding nine others.

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The Latest: Paris eatery owner's friend recalls attack scene
PARIS (AP) — The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local): 7:50 p.m. Mourners gathered in silence to lay white flowers outside a restaurant on Paris' trendy rue de Charonne where attackers with a purported link to the Islamic State group went on a rampage, killing 19 people and critically wounding nine others.

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Paris Attacks: Panic as someone sets off firecrackers near shooting scene
The official called it a moment of collective panic. The official had no information of any threats to the area. Both officials weren't authorized to be publicly named according to government policy. Close by, panic broke out near a small Cambodian restaurant and a bar that were the scenes of....

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The Latest: Shocked acquaintances recall Paris attacker
7:30 p.m. People who knew Paris attacker Ismael Mostefai were stupefied and confused that someone they recalled as shy and considerate could have been involved in France’s deadliest attacks in decades. Ben Bammou, president of a local Muslim group, said Mostefai regularly attended mosque in the area and used to work as a baker.

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The Latest: IOC chief cried as French fans sang anthem
PARIS (AP) — The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local): 7:40 p.m. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach says "I cried" when watching images of French soccer fans singing the national anthem as they left the Stade de France stadium following Friday's attacks.

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Shocked acquaintances recall Paris attacker
7:30 p.m.: People who knew Paris attacker Ismael Mostefai were stupefied and confused that someone they recalled as shy and considerate could have been involved in France's deadliest attacks in decades. Ben Bammou, president of a local Muslim group, said Mostefai regularly attended mosque in the area and used to work as a baker.

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The Latest: French authorities formally identify 2 attackers
6:35 p.m. The widow of David Haines, a British aid worker killed by Islamic State militants, says attacks in Paris and elsewhere show the world is no longer a safe place. Dragana Haines told The Associated Press on Sunday that she finds it "unbelievable that in today's age somebody is actually killing in the name of religion.

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Search focused on Belgian-born brother of suicide bomber
Since 1998, Mostefai lived in a middle-class predominantly Arab neighborhood of apartment blocks in the southeastern Paris suburb of Courcouronne. Kamel Ousti, 53, a neighbor and family friend, said he grew up in a modest apartment on the Rue Pont Amar with three brothers, two sisters, a father who....

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The Latest: French officials: Panic in Paris false alarm
A woman who answered the door at the suicide bomber’s former address, a two-story building in the city of Chartres, said she didn’t know him. Neighbor Arnauld Froissart, a 34-year-old bank employee, said Mostefai and his family were “very nice” and that his mother offered cakes to neighbors during Ramadan.

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The Latest: Shocked acquaintances recall Paris attacker
The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local): 7:40 p.m. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach says "I cried" when watching images of French soccer fans singing the national anthem as they left the Stade de France stadium following Friday's attacks.

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