Prosecutors on Thursday identified another one of the jihadists who participated in the November attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead and hundreds wounded.
Chakib Akrouh, a Belgian-Moroccan man, was identified as the third person who shot and killed people at cafes and bars in Paris on Nov. 13 as part of a coordinated assault on the city planned by the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), according to the New York Times.
Akrouh, 25, blew himself up in an apartment during a police raid days later, prosecutors said. Police were able to identify him by comparing DNA from his remains to samples from his mother.
There are now two people involved in the attacks who remain unidentified.
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