The brief clip shows two black-clad gunmen with automatic weapons calmly firing on the bar then returning toward a waiting car, whose driver was maneuvering behind them. Authorities believe the car is the same black SEAT-make vehicle that was found Saturday with three Kalashnikovs inside.
Police have identified one subject of their manhunt as Salah Abdeslam, whom French police accidentally permitted to cross into Belgium on Saturday. One of his brothers, Brahim, blew himself up in Paris.
On Wednesday, Belgian media reported that the Abdeslam brothers were interrogated by Belgian police before the Paris attacks but they were released because “they did not show signs of possible menace,” according to a police official cited by the Belgian newspaper Le Soir.
Brahim Abdeslam attempted to travel to Syria but only made it to Turkey, said Eric Van Der Sypt, a federal prosecutor’s spokesman.
“We knew that they were radicalized and could make their way to Syria but they did not show signs of possible threat,” said Van Der Sypt. “Even if we had warned France about them, I doubt that we could have detained them.”
In a sign that ISIL supporters were active elsewhere in France, a Jewish teacher was stabbed in the southern French port of Marseilles by three people professing solidarity with the group, prosecutors said.
One of the three wore an ISIL T-shirt while another attacker showed a picture on his mobile telephone of Mohamed Merah, a homegrown fighter who killed seven people in attacks in southern France in 2012. The Marseilles teacher's life was not in danger.
In other developments, French fighter jets attacked ISIL targets in Syria for a third night. The French defense ministry said 10 jets had hit two ISIL command centers in the group's de facto capital of Raqqa, Syria.
The Paris attacks have galvanized international determination to confront ISIL in Syria and Iraq, bringing France, Russia and the United States closer to an alliance.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the missile cruiser Moskva, currently in the Mediterranean, to start cooperating with the French military on operations in Syria.
Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said a cease-fire between Syria's government and the opposition could be just weeks away. He described it as potentially a "gigantic step" toward deeper international cooperation against ISIL.
France — and the rest of Europe — remain on edge four days after the attacks. Two Air France flights bound for Paris from the U.S. were diverted Tuesday night — one to Salt Lake City and one to Halifax — because of anonymous threats received after they had taken off. Both were inspected and cleared to resume their journeys.
In the German city of Hannover, a soccer game between Germany and the Netherlands on Tuesday was canceled at the last minute and the stadium evacuated by police because of a bomb threat.
Lower Saxony state Interior Minister Boris Pistorius said the match was called off after "vague" information that solidified late in the day. No arrests have been made and no explosives found. Pistorius said this may be because the plot was called off after the game was canceled.
"We won't know what would have happened if we didn't cancel it," he said.
With The Associated Press