Police in Belgium say they've identified several hideouts used by key suspects as they prepared to attack Paris in November.

FOX's Simon Owen with details from the European bureau:

More clues for police investigating the build-up to the attacks which the French President has said were planned in Syria, but prepared in Belgium.

Authorities saying they've found three safe houses in different Belgian towns and cities, each rented under a false name and paid for in cash, with fingerprints of key suspects found inside. Most of those suspects now dead.

Meanwhile another step in the recovery process in Paris... One of the cafes attacked by gunmen reopening. Le Carillon is the third targeted venue to resume services.

In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.