France Anti-Terror Police Raid Suspects Homes As Warplanes Bombard Islamic State Positions in Syria

Terror raid -French special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave Yassin.
Terror raid -French special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave Yassin.
Terror raid -French special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave Yassin.

OSINT SUMMARY

16th November 2015, France anti-terror Police raided homes of suspected terrorists countrywide after the multiple terrorist attacks  in Paris.

A French intelligence service has provided useful information that has kept France safe since summer. The intelligence service making progress within legal framework of the state of emergency is expected to give more insights on profiles of people who are part of a radical jihadist movement.

French police who are on a major hunt for a Belgian-born man who is believed to have helped in logistics to orchestrate the attack. One of his brothers involved died in the attacks while the second brother has been arrested in Belgium.

A further investigation has revealed two French suicide attackers, while the identity of four other assailants, who were all killed, was still under review.

Meanwhile French Warplanes which began pounding Islamic State militants on Saturday continues with aerial offensives against the militant’s positions in Syria.

CIA director John Brennan has warned on what has happened in Paris may be replicated in other places in Europe and urged security agencies to be on alert.

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