French soldiers patrol in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris as part of the highest level of "Vigipirate" security plan after Islamist attacks, January 20, 2015. (REUTERS/Charles Platiau)
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Four men appeared in a Paris court Tuesday, the first to face charges in the Paris terror attacks that left 20 people dead, including three gunmen.French authorities also arrested five ethnic Chechens from Russia in raids in southern France, including one whom a mayor said was found with a cache of explosives. French authorities said the men had no established links to terrorism but did have ties to other crimes.The Paris prosecutor's office said the four men in court were suspected of providing logistical support to Amedy Coulibaly, one of the terrorists killed by police, and requested they be detained longer on weapons and terrorism charges.No one has been charged with direct involvement in the Jan. 7-9 Paris terror attacks.In southern France, Beziers Prosecutor Yvon Calvet told reporters that authorities have not uncovered an attack plot or other terrorism connection linked to Tuesday's arrests of the five Chechens in Beziers and on the outskirts of Montpellier.
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