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Police appeal for information relating to Paris bombers

Police in Paris have made a fresh appeal for information relating to the suicide bombers who blew themselves up at the Stade de France during a series of terrorist attacks on the French capital.

The Police Nationale posted a picture of one of the unidentified bombers on Twitter asking any witnesses with information to contact them.

It follows a similar Twitter post by Police on Friday calling for information about another unidentified man who is also believed to have been one of the Stade de France suicide bombers.

Police in Paris have been calling for information about the unidentified Stade de France suicide bombers Credit: Police Nationale

Armed police on duty at Spurs v West Ham

Armed police were patrolling the Spurs ground at White Hart Lane for this afternoon's clash against West Ham.

It's the first match at White Hart Lane since the Paris terrorist attacks. Credit: PA

It comes amid heightened security following last week's terror attacks in Paris, which left 130 people dead.

Security has been ramped up at White Hart Lane. Credit: PA
This chap couldn't resist a selfie with a backdrop of police officers. Credit: PA



Exclusive images show aftermath of Paris terror raid

Blasted to destruction, whole walls and floors were blown to pieces, masonry and glass shattered during a seven hour siege of a top floor flat in St Denis, Paris.

Exclusive pictures taken inside the terrorist hideout show the devastation wrought by 5,000 rounds of ammunition, at least twenty grenades a suicide bomb.

ITV News' Sue Saville reports:

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