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Attack in Marseille: The five people kept in sight released

The investigators released the four men and women arrested following the murder of two students in front of Saint-Charles station on 1 October.

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Attack in Marseille: The five people kept in sight released
The five persons placed in custody after attack at Saint-Charles station in Marseille were released on Friday, 6 October, according to legal sources. On Sunday, at cry of "Allahu Akbar!", a 29-year-old Tunisian killed two young cousins on forecourt of station before being shot. The attack had been claimed in evening by Islamic State Organization (EI). No incriminating elements

Arrested on Tuesday in Marseille, four men, aged 32 to 56, and woman, 35 years old, were released "in absence of incriminating elements at this stage". The investigators sought to determine wher y had been able to provide logistical support to killer, Ahmed Hameez.

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Mr. Hameez had been arrested in Lyon on Friday before his gesture for shoplifting, and had been placed in custody until following day, according to Prosecutor of Republic of Paris, François Molins. Unknown to anti-terrorist services, man, in an irregular situation, lived between France, Italy and Tunisia and had been reported seven times since 2005 under seven different identities.

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