France continues to mourn those killed in Friday's terror attacks in Paris, as the French military conducts airstrikes against ISIS targets.
FOX's Simon Owen reports from Paris:
Here in one of the neighborhoods targeted, thousands of people observing a minute of silence at the city's Republic Plaza, pausing, holding hands, and then singing the French national anthem. Silence also observed in Parliament and in schools.
French officials say 168 locations across France were raided by police overnight and 104 people have been placed under house arrest. But a manhunt continuing for a Belgian man believed to have been directly involved in the attacks. It's emerged he was stopped by police early Saturday, but they let him go.
In Paris, Simon Owen, FOX News.