Here are the latest updates:
- Paris prosecutor says fingerprints confirm death of attacks ringleader
- French PM warns France faces threat of Isis 'chemical weapons'
- CCTV shows moment woman escapes execution after gunman's AK47 jams
- Saint-Dernis raid 'prevented another major attack'
- Last words revealed of female suicide bomber who blew herself up
- Unconfirmed reports say she was 'mastermind' Abaaoud's cousin
- Isis threatens New York in apparent 'new video' of Times Square
- David Cameron says he would bomb Isis in Syria without UN mandate
- Terror cell was thought to be planning another attack on La Defense
- What we know about the Paris attacks suspects named so far
Police in Paris raced today to identify a man killed following a major pre-dawn raid on the northern suburb of Saint-Denis.
Officials have said that a woman suicide bomber blew herself up and another person died following a gunfight after Swat teams laid siege to a flat for seven hours on Wednesday morning.
Two European sources told the Washington Post Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 27, the Belgian jihadist believed to be the ringleader of last Friday's massacres which left 129 dead, was killed during the police operation.
And the Paris prosecutor later said despite the condition of the bodies, Abaaoud had been identifed by his fingerprints.
Belgian police are reportedly searching for a man named Mohamed K, from Roubaix, northern France, who is suspected of supplying the terrorist gang with explosives. He later handed himself in.
And police across Europe are still looking for Salah Abdeslam, named as a possible eighth person directly involved in last Friday's attacks. Mr Molins said Abdeslam was definitely not among eight people arrested during the Saint-Denis raid.
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