Police forces prepare in Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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A suicide bomber who blew himself up during a huge police raid following the extremist attacks in Paris was a Belgian-Moroccan man also suspected of being one of the gunmen in the November rampage, a prosecutor said Thursday.All three died after Akrouh detonated the suicide vest and police rained heavy gunfire on the building.Prosecutors initially mistakenly said the woman had been the suicide bomber, before correcting their account.Abaaoud, 28, was an ISIS fighter who was previously thought to be in Syria after fleeing raids in his native Belgium.The prosecutor has said he believes Abaaoud was using the apartment to prepare an attack on Paris' La Defense business district on either the day of the raid, November 18, or the day after.
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