Two suicide bombers who were racing at the football stadium in Paris on Friday during the killing of 130 men were traveling together to Greece, a state attorney in the French capital said on Friday.
One of the suicide bomber at Stade de France in the northern suburbs of St. Denis was identified through a Syrian passport found near his body like Ahmad al-Mohammad, though it is not clear whether a passport was authentic or stolen.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that the passport owner, who arrived in Greece along with the 198 refugee boat from Turkey, 3. October may have traveled with a collaborator.
In a statement on Friday, the Paris prosecutor said it was a suicide bomber who detonated his explosive vest at the H Stadium to take fingerprints in Greece 3. October at the same time as the suicide bomber who bled at the door D.
The anti-trust source in Macedonia told Reuters that Mohammad was still traveling with his associate two days after he arrived at the Greek port Piraeus.
Together they registered in a refugee camp in the yard of the old tobacco factory in the Serbian town of Preševo, although Serbian officials did not mention co-workers. (Hina)