The French Prime Minister has warned that more terror attacks are being prepared against France and other European nations as police raids continue across the continent. Here are the latest updates.
- 'Mastermind' named as Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud
- New Isis video praises attacks and threatens more
- Salah Abdeslam 'not arrested' in Molenbeek house siege
- Everything we know about the suspects
- World remembers victims with minute's silence
- Turkey 'warned French authorities about bomber'
- Rocket launcher found in French anti-terror raids
- Victim who died throwing himself in front of bullet
- Pregnant woman filmed hanging from Bataclan 'doing well'
- Seven UK attacks have been stopped in six months
- Jeremy Corbyn warns against military response in Syria
- Parisians defy terror by continuing normal life
- Anonymous vows to 'hunt down' Isis attackers
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Manuel Valls told RTL radio: “We know that operations were being prepared and are still being prepared, not only against France but other European countries, too.”
Theresa May said Britain should be “alert but not alarmed” as security services continued to work closely with French and Belgian authorities.
At least one British victim, Nick Alexander from Essex, was among at least 129 people killed and 350 injured in a wave of shooting and bombing attacks in Paris on Friday night, and there are fears for several more.
Video: Timeline of the Paris attacks
A one-minute silence is being held in the UK at 11am today, as France and the rest of Europe pauses at noon local time.
It comes as France launches “massive” air strikes on Isis’ Syrian stronghold of Raqqa, where the attacks were planned.
As police announced seven arrests and hunted for more members of the cell, French officials revealed to the Associated Press that several key suspects had been stopped and released by police after the attack.
The world mourns Paris attacks - in pictures
The world mourns Paris attacks - in pictures
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Members of the public gather to lay flowers and light candles at La Belle Equipe restaraunt on Rue de Charonne in Paris
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People lay a memorial to honour victims of the Paris terror attacks at Federation Square in Melbourne, Australia
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Soccer fans display the colors of the French flag in response to the deadly terrorist attack in Paris, France before the soccer match between the New York Cosmos' and the Ottawa Fury for the North American Soccer League championship at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, USA
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Pakistani Civil society activists shout slogans during a protest against Isis militants near the French consulate for the victims of the 13 November Paris attacks in Karachi, Pakistan
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People gather and view messages written on the ground at Place de la Republique in Paris
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French flags and a note reading "We will not let you spoil our children's lives" at the site of the attack at the Cafe Belle Equipe on rue de Charonne in the 11th district, in Paris
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A rose is placed beside a bullet hole at La Belle Equipe restaraunt on Rue de Charonne following the terrorist attack in Paris. As France observes three days of national mourning members of the public continue to pay tribute to the victims of deadly attacks
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People gather for a national service for the victims of the terror attack at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris
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Bono and band members of U2 pay their respects and place flowers on the pavement near the scene of yesterday's Bataclan Theatre terrorist attack in Paris
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A man kneels as he pays tribute to victims at Place de la Republique near the deadly attack sites in Paris
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Tributes to the victims at the Place de la Republique square in Paris
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An electronic billboard on a canal show solidarity with Paris in Milan
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People lay down flowers and light candles to tribute victims of Friday's attacks in Paris as the Brandenburg gate is illuminated in blue, white and red in the colors of the French flag, in Berlin
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A man leaves flowers as a tribute following the deadly attacks in Paris, outside the French consulate in Istanbul
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People take pictures of flowers placed in bullet holes in the window of a Japanese restaurant next to the cafe 'La Belle Equipe'
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People gather at a makeshift memorial next to the Bataclan theatre in Paris on November 14, 2015,
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A woman carrying flowers cries in front of the Carillon cafe and the Petit Cambodge restaurant in Paris
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People gather in front of flowers that were laid outside the French embassy in Rome
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People react near the cafe 'La Belle Equipe' at the Rue de Charonne
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A young girl places a candle in front of the Carillon cafe in Paris
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Flowers placed outside the cafe 'La Belle Equipe' at the Rue de Charonne in Paris, the scene for one of the attacks
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A woman is comforted by others outside the Carillon cafe and the Petit Cambodge restaurant in Paris
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The Brandenbourg Gate featuring French national colors is pictured in Berlin, on November 14, 2015 a day after deadly attacks in Paris
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Flowers are laid in front of the French embassy in Rome
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A candle is lit next to flowers outside the French Embassy in Berlin
Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had ordered his followers to launch gun and bomb attacks and take hostages inside the countries forming the coalition fighting them in Iraq and Syria, according to Iraqi intelligence.
As many as three of the seven suicide bombers were French citizens, as was at least one of the men arrested in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels, which authorities consider to be a focal point for extremists and fighters going to Syria from Belgium.
Paris remains on edge amid three days of official mourning. French troops have deployed by the thousands and tourist sites remained closed today.
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