#ParisAttacks: French police confirm arrest of one suspect
A suspect linked to last month's Paris attacks in which at least 130 people were killed has been arrested.
JOHANNESBURG - French police have confirmed the arrest of a suspect linked to last month's Paris attacks in which at least 130 people were killed.
A large scale investigation has seen 2,700 raids conducted since the attacks, which were claimed by the so-called Islamic State group.
About 360 people have been placed under house arrest across France, while further investigations have taken place in neighbouring Belgium.
Meanwhile, Moroccan authorities last week issued an arrest warrant for Salah Abdeslam, who is at the centre of an international manhunt, following the attack in Paris.
He has been on the run since 13 November as a French citizen, he can travel freely in the European Union's Schengen area where there are no border controls.
A Moroccan security source said it was not clear whether Abdeslam had fled to Morocco or North Africa.
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Additional reporting by Reuters