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A massive anti-terror operation at an apartment building in the Paris suburb of St. Denis targeted the mastermind behind Friday’s terror attacks, Abdelhamid Abaooud, early Wednesday.

At least two people have died, including a woman who blew herself up with a suicide vest, and seven others were arrested during the raid, according to French officials.

Witnesses to Wednesday's raid described hearing a series of explosions and sporadic gunfire which went on for several hours.

Many posted the sounds of gunfire on Twitter and Facebook.

One local resident posted a 10-second video of the scene on her street near the siege. A series of bangs sounding like automatic weapons fire could be heard. The message accompanying the tweet translates to "It's an intervention by police ... street closed, officers, etc."

autre vidéo des tirs de pistolet. vers 5h.

Posted by Nicolas de Beaulieu on Wednesday, November 18, 2015


A French police dog was killed when the female suspect detonated her suicide vest, and five officers suffered minor injuries.

France's national police said that Diesel, a seven-year-old Malinois, was killed in the raid. 

French officials said the target of Wednesday's raid was Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the suspected mastermind of Friday's attacks that left 129 dead and hundreds injured.

But it was unclear if Abaaoud, a 27-year-old Belgian man who was previously believed to have possibly plotted the attack from Syria, was in the apartment.

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