The men were seized at the alleged residence of the prime suspect in the attack.
In the French capital, police detained five more people who are suspected of involvement in the attack on two passers-by near the former editorial office of the satirical publication Charlie Hebdo. This was announced on Friday, September 25, by the BFM TV channel.
It is noted that men between the ages of 24 and 37 were seized in an apartment in the northern suburbs of Paris, where, presumably, the main suspect lived.
As reported, immediately after the attack on the journalists, the police detained the first suspect — there were traces of blood on his clothes. The second, near the metro station, was seized by a team of the railway network.
The French interior minister called the Paris attack a terrorist attack or a bloody attack against France.