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.
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It comes amid heightened security following last week's terror attacks in Paris, which left 130 people dead.
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ITV News' Sue Saville reports:
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