Is mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud dead or not?

18 November 2015
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French public prosecutor Francois Molins held a press conference on Saint Denis police operation conducted in order to capture the terrorists who attacked Paris and killed 129 people.

The raids conducted in Wednesday morning resulted in the death of two potential terrorist suspects and seven arrests. Public prosecutor refused to reveal their names, since investigations are still in progress.

However, he stressed that the suspected mastermind behind the attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, is not among the arrested while public prosecutor did not commented on whether he is dead or not.

However, Washington Post said he was killed citing forensic sources.

French public prosecutor also revealed incredible details of siege, including that French police fired 5,000 rounds in the massive operation this morning.

He also said that French police uncovered a second terrorist cell in the days since Friday’s attack that was “ready to act” and “neutralised” it.

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