PARIS — The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local):
Serbian police say the owner of a passport found near a suicide bomber in Paris entered the country on Oct. 7 from Macedonia — part of a wave of asylum-seekers crossing the Balkans toward Western Europe.
Police said in a statement Sunday that the man, identified only as A.A., formally requested asylum in Serbia. The statement says it’s the same passport holder registered as entering Greece on Oct. 3.
The Syrian passport was found next to the body of a man who attacked France’s national stadium on Friday night.
Officials in Greece say the passport’s owner entered through Leros, one of the eastern Aegean islands that tens of thousands of people fleeing war and poverty have been using as a gateway into the European Union.
Germany’s Foreign Ministry says one of its citizens was killed in Friday’s attacks in Paris.
The ministry’s statement Sunday didn’t say how or where the German man was killed, nor did it identify him.
The Paris correspondent for German public broadcaster ARD, Mathias Werth, wrote on Twitter that the man had been sitting on the terrace of a cafe when he was killed.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attacks that killed 129 people and wounded over 350 across Paris on Friday night.
Britain Home Secretary Theresa May says measures are already in place to have the military assist police in the U.K. in the event of a large-scale urban attack.
May declined to comment directly on a newspaper report that elite special forces had been had been moved closer to London in the event of an attack. The Sunday Times reported the SAS counter-terror unit had been moved by helicopter to RAF Northolt in west London from its base in Hereford, 135 miles (217 kilometers) from the British capital.
While May wouldn’t comment on such movements, she told the BBC “we have arrangements in place to give the police military support.”
May reiterated Britain’s solidarity with the French following the carnage in Paris on Friday night that left 129 people dead, 350 wounded.
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A French judicial official says among those arrested and being questioned in the Paris attacks investigation was a brother of one of the seven suicide bombers.
No one answered the door Sunday morning at the brother’s home in the French town of Bondoufle, outside of Paris, but neighbor Eric Pudal said roughly 20 heavily armed police swooped in on the home Saturday evening.
Pudal said he was startled by the arrest, describing the family, which recently welcomed a baby daughter, as “very nice, very sociable.”
Pudal said he had never met the reported suicide bomber, Ismael Mostefai, and had never heard him being discussed by his neighbors.