Two men who French police are seeking to trace in connection with the Paris attacks registered as refugees with Greek authorities earlier this year, the Greek police confirmed to news agency AFP.
French authorities had asked their Greek counterparts to check a passport and fingerprints of one man and the fingerprints of another who were thought to have registered in Greece, which is the main entry point into Europe for Syrian refugees.
At least one Syrian passport was found near the body of one of the seven assailants who died in Friday night's violence.
Samy Amimour, who was born in Drancy, a north-eastern suburb of Paris, is believed to be the first Paris attacker to be buried.
One of the cafes struck in the Paris terror attacks reopens as the city tries to move on in wake of the tragedy which claimed 130 lives.
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