The third man who attacked the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Nov. 13 went to Syria with a group of other young people at the end of 2013, an official said on Wednesday, NBC News reported.
Foued Mohamed-Aggad, 23, was identified after his mother got a text message announcing his death "as a martyr" on the night of the attack, a spokesperson for the Paris prosecutor's office told NBC News. She then gave police a DNA sample which confirmed that one of her children was killed inside the Bataclan, the spokesperson said.
All of the Nov. 13 attackers identified so far have been from France or Belgium, native French speakers who joined ISIS. Nearly three-quarters of the 130 who died in Paris that night were killed in the Bataclan concert venue.