The "armed and dangerous" woman French police are looking for in relation to last week's terror attacks in Paris crossed into Syria on Thursday January 8 from Turkey, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has confirmed.
Here is a timeline of her movements before, during and after the attacks, reported by The Times:
- January 2: Boumeddiene uses passport at Madrid airport to fly to Istanbul, Turkey. According to reports, she was accompanied by Mehdi Sabri Belhoucine, a 23-year-old Frenchman who is on the intelligence services' watch list
- January 2: Turkish intelligence follow the pair from Sabiha Gokcen airport to a hotel in tourist-friendly Kadikoy, on the Asian side of the city, where Boumeddiene buys a mobile phone and a SIM card
- January 2-4: The pair wander around Istanbul posing as tourists
- January 4: They take a domestic flight to Sanliurfa, a city near the Syrian border in southeast Turkey, where Isis is known to have an active presence
- January 8: Boumeddiene crosses into Syria on Thursday, the same day her partner Amedy Coulibaly shoots dead a policewoman and uses Boumeddiene's car in the attack. Before entering Syria she makes the last of 18 calls from inside Turkey to France.
- January 10: The last recorded call from her Turkish phone comes from Tel Abyad, an Isis-controlled town next to the Akcakale crossing on Saturday - the day after Coulibaly was killed by police in the Paris supermarket he took hostage
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