The men were captured at the alleged residence of the main suspect in the attack.
In the French capital, police detained five other men suspected of involvement in an attack on two passers-by near the former editorial office of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical publication. This was reported by BFM on Friday, September 25.
It is noted that men aged 24 to 37 were grabbed in an apartment in the northern suburbs of Paris, where the main suspect allegedly lived.
As reported, immediately after the attack on journalists, police detained the first suspect, with traces of blood on his clothes. The second was captured by a railway network brigade near the subway station.
The French interior minister called the Paris attack a terrorist attack or a bloody attack against France.