Paris terror: Victims and attackers identified

Candles, flowers and a leaflet with the slogan "I am Paris" are left in tribute to victims of Paris attacks in central Strasbourg, France, November 14, 2015.
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A Californian student was among the 129 people killed in terrorist attacks in Paris Friday evening, which have devastated the city.

So far, 103 victims who were killed by terrorists believed to come from Islamic State have been identified, but authorities have not yet identified 20-30 of those slain, according to Manuel Valls, the Prime Minister of France.

He added that they hope to identify these victims in coming hours.

Twenty-three-year old Nohemi Gonzalez, a U.S.-Mexico citizen who was on a study trip abroad in the French capital, was reportedly shot outside a restaurant while enjoying a night out.

As the painful process of identifying victims and informing their families continued, more details have come to light about their attackers.

One of the gunmen in the Bataclan theater was identified in French media as Omar Ismaïl Mostefai, a 29-year-old Frenchman from the southern Paris suburb of Courcouronnes. Mostefai had been flagged as having links to radical Islam.

Meanwhile, in Belgium authorities have arrested seven people during house searches in Brussels in connection with the attacks, a local official told the Associated Press Sunday.

People hug on the street near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal attacks in Paris, France, November 14, 2015. Gunmen and bombers attacked busy restaurants, bars and a concert hall at locations around Paris on Friday evening, killing dozens of people in what a shaken French President described as an unprecedented terrorist attack.
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There have also been arrests made in France and Belgium in relation to the attacks. Six people related to Mostefai are in custody, according to Agence France-Presse.

On top of the 129 fatalities, 352 people were wounded in the attacks with 99 in critical condition.

Police investigators arrive outside the Bataclan concert hall the morning after a series of deadly attacks in Paris, November 14, 2015.
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The following is a list collated from news agencies and national press of what we know so far about those who have lost their lives.

Algeria: Two Algerians, a woman aged 40 and Kheireddine Sahbi, a violinist studying at the Sorbonne, were killed by the terrorist attacks, according to the national APS news agency.

Belgium: At least three Belgians lost their lives, including a couple named by Belgian press as Milko Jozic, 47, an engineer, and his partner Elif Dogan, who lived near the Bataclan concert hall where most of the carnage took place.

Chile: three Chilean citizens, a man and two women who were mother and daughter, are among the dead, according to Chile's Foreign Ministry.They have been named as 33-year-old Luis Felipe Zschoche Valle, killed at the Bataclan concert hall, 61-year-old Chilean exile Patricia San Martin Nunez and her 35-year-old daughter, Elsa Veronique Delplace San Martin.

France: Many of those confirmed dead so far are French citizens, most of whom were killed in the Bataclan attacks. They include: Auréliede Peretti, 33; GuillaumeDecherf, 43; Djamila Houd,41;Thomas Ayad, 34; Cedric Mauduit; Mathieu Hoche; Quentin Boulanger, 29; Lola Salines; Caroline Prénat, 24; Valentin Ribet; and Elodie Breuil, 23.

Mexico: Two Mexican citizens with dual nationality wereconfirmed dead: Nohemi Gonzalez, who had dual U.S. nationality and Michelle Gil Jaimez, who held Mexican and Spanish nationality.

Morocco: At least one Moroccan has been killed,according to the country's embassy in Paris.

Portugal: A 63 year old Portuguese national working near the Stade de France was killed in the bombing near there, and another Portuguese citizen, who was born in 1980, died at the Bataclan, according to the Portuguese government.

Romania: Two Romanian citizens died in Friday's night terror attacks, the country's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Spain: The Spanish government confirmed 29-year-old Alberto Gonzalez Garrido waskilled while attending the concert at the Bataclan.

Sweden: At least one Swedish citizen is believed tohave been fatally shot, according to the country's foreign ministry, which cautioned that it is still trying to confirm the information.

Tunisia: Two young Tunisian sisters who lived in France and were out celebrating a birthday in Paris were killed in the deadly attacks,according to a statement from the country's foreign ministry.

U.K: Nick Alexander, a 36 year old man who was selling merchandise in the Bataclan concert hall, was confirmedas the first British victim on Saturday. However, there are believed to be other British victims, according to the country's foreign office.

U.S: Nohemi Gonzalez, a 23 year old U.S. citizen who was studying in Paris for a semester, was reportedly shot outside a restaurant while enjoying a night out.