Belgium Interior Minister Joelle Milquet , left, and French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve address the media in Paris, June 1, 2014. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
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Four people were arrested Monday in a sweep against French jihadist recruiters, the country's top security official said a day after authorities announced the detention of a French suspect in the deadly shooting at a Jewish museum.The arrests come as investigators question a suspected French jihadist who had spent time in Syria. The arrests Monday, which prosecutors said were not linked to the Jewish museum shootings, were one such network that Cazeneuve said operated in in the Paris region and the south of France.French prosecutors said Nemmouche had not spoken to investigators yet.Late last month, French prosecutors opened a terrorism probe into Merah's sister and raided her home in the southern city of Toulouse. She was not there – authorities believe she fled to Syria.
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