In a sign of the nervousness after Friday's carnage in Paris, a football match last night between Germany and the Netherlands, which German Chancellor Angela Merkel was due to attend, was cancelled and the crowd evacuated after police acted on a 'serious' bomb threat. German Regional Minister however confirmed that no explosives were found and no arrests were made.

In Paris, video footage confirmed that a ninth man took part in the attacks, meaning a second assailant could still be on the run alongside fugitive Salah Abdeslam, unless the man is one of two suspected accomplices being held in Belgium.

Sources close to the investigation said a third man is now believed to have been in the black Seat car used by Abdeslam and his brother Brahim as they gunned down people at bars and restaurants in central Paris. As police in both France and Belgium stepped up the hunt for 26-year-old Salah Abdeslam yesterday, French and Russian jets pounded IS targets in the group's Syrian stronghold of Raqa for a third consecutive day.

France and Russia have vowed merciless retaliation for the Paris attacks and last month's bombing of a Russian airliner, also claimed by IS, which have galvanised international resolve to destroy the jihadists and end the more than four-year Syrian war.French President Francois Hollande will meet Putin in Moscow on November 26, two days after seeing US President Barack Obama in Washington.

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