- A French politician identifies one suicide bomber as Ismael Omar Mostefai
- A man who rented a car used at the concert venue is detained at the border with Belgium
- Seven terrorists died, including a French national, prosecutor says
Paris (CNN)Authorities in France and Belgium took people into custody Saturday in the aftermath of the worst violence in France since World War II, a series of terror attacks that killed more than 120 people.
In Belgium, raids were conducted in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Justice Ministry spokeswoman Sieghild Lacoere said. A car rented in Brussels was found near one of the sites of the Paris attacks, and "that's what triggered the raids," Lacoere said.