David Cameron visits site of Bataclan massacre

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David Cameron, Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo outside of Bataclan club.

DAVID CAMERON travelled to Paris on November 22 to discuss security matters with French president Francois Hollande, and to see for himself the scenes of the massacres that took place on November 13.

Whilst French authorities have released a picture of a ninth unnamed terrorist who took part in the attacks, they have as yet been unable to track down the whereabouts of Salah Abdeslam, although the latest suggestion contained in Le Soir newspaper is that he may have travelled to Germany in a BMW.

Belgium continues to be on a high state of alert following 19 police raids predominantly in the Brussels area which did not reveal any arms or explosives.

In addition, a report on November 20 from official sources has revealed that Moroccan authorities arrested a younger brother of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the man believed to have planned the Paris massacres, upon his arrival in Agadir last month. Moroccan authorities are co-operating fully with the French as a number of Moroccan nationals are fighting with ISIS and a number of suspected terrorists have also been arrested in that country.

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