Syrian and Egyptian passports found at the site of Stade de France attacks

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Amidst the horrific events of Friday night in Paris, the first clues seem to be appearing regarding the attackers.

Syrian and Egyptian passports found at the site of Stade de France attacks

French soldiers patrol the area at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris on November 14, 2015 AFP/Getty Images

French authorities and media have informed of two passports found in the venue of suicide bombings outside Stade de France Stadium happened yesterday as a friendly football match was taking place between France and Germany.

The documents are being analyzed by French authorities since there are claims that state that they could be fake.

Also, authorities have informed of the certainty that one of the attackers was a French citizen since a set of fingerprints was identified from the French database.

Two of the seven attackers have already been identified: the mentioned French citizen and a Syrian one.

Terrorists attacks of November 13th left over 120 people dead and about 300 more injured, according to the French Senate Member, Nathalie Goulet. The number of casualties could rise since many of the injured are in critical condition.

Written by Lisbeth Mechter

 

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