In other developments, two of the bombers who blew themselves up at the Stade de France national stadium traveled to Greece together, prosecutors said on Friday.
In a statement, Paris prosecutor François Molins said the suicide bomber who detonated his explosive vest at Gate H of the stadium had his fingerprints taken in Greece on Oct. 3, at the same time as the bomber who blew himself up at Gate D.
French authorities say police have conducted 793 raids since last week's attacks on a rock concert, Parisian cafes and the Stade de France national stadium. The new tally was announced Friday by the Interior Ministry.
On Thursday night, police reported performing 182 raids, detaining 17 people, and seizing 76 weapons plus drugs.
After five nights of raids, authorities says police have detained 90 people and seized 174 weapons, including 18 military-style firearms, 84 rifles and 68 handguns. Additionally, 164 people have been placed under house arrest with new powers permitted under France's state of emergency. Police also seized 250,000 euros.
The French Senate, meanwhile, vote on Friday to extend the state-of-emergency powers until February. The measure gives the interior minister sweeping powers, including the right to order house arrests and house searches without judicial approval.
Police can also prohibit the free movement of people and vehicles at any time, block access to certain websites, and set up checkpoints outside public and private buildings suspected of harboring people deemed dangerous to national security.
Al Jazeera and wire services