23 in custody, 104 under house arrest in connection with Paris attacks

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PARIS — The death toll in the Paris attacks stands at 120.

France responded back with airstrikes against camps in Syria where the suspected attackers are believed to have trained.

Here is the latest on the investigation:

  • Police blocked roads in the Brussels, Belgium, suburb of Molebeek, reputedly frequented by extremists, ahead of a possible detention. Police in balaclavas surrounded a building and called over a megaphone for someone to come out.
  • French Interior Minister Bernard Cazaneuve said “war” had been declared on France, and that “Anybody who attacks the Republic, the Republic will fight back.”
  • Twenty-three people are in custody and weapons and IT equipment have been seized, Cazaneuve said. A rocket launcher and bulletproof vest were among the items seized.
  • Cazenueve has ordered 104 people to be put under house arrest since the Paris attacks.
  • More than 150 police anti-terror raids conducted in cities across France.
  • A fourth attacker has been identified from the Bataclan massacre as Samy Amimour, 28, the Paris prosecutors office announced.
  • A worldwide manhunt is underway for Belgian-born French national Salah Abdeslam, who is suspected of being involved in the attacks. French police warned that he is “dangerous.”
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