03:42 GMT - Police have identified one of the gunmen who blew himself up at the Bataclan concert hall as 29-year-old Paris native Omar Ismail Mostefai.
His father and 34-year-old brother have been taken into custody by police and a source close to the probe said investigators are now searching the homes of other friends and relatives of the killer.
Mostefai, whose identity was confirmed using a severed fingertip, was known as being close to radical Islam, but had never been linked to terrorism.
04:13 GMT - The usually lively streets of Paris were nearly empty Saturday night, with cafes closed and hot spots like the bustling Pigalle eerily quiet.
An AFP journalist spoke to a taxi driver who described the atmosphere.
"Tonight in Paris it was dead, it was like a small provincial town," he said.
04:32 GMT - Identified by his severed finger, which was found among the rubble of the Bataclan concert hall, Omar Ismail Mostefai is the first gunman to be named from Friday's attacks in Paris.
The 29-year-old was one of three men who blew himself up following the bloodiest scene of the carnage, in which at least 89 people were killed.
Born on November 21 1985, in the poor Paris suburb of Courcouronnes, Omar Mostefai's criminal record shows eight convictions for petty crimes between 2004 and 2010, but no jail time.
Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Mostefai had been singled out as a high-priority target for radicalisation in 2010 but, before Friday, he had "never been implicated in an investigation or a terrorist association".
05:07 GMT - Europe's top golfers halted their final rounds in the BMW Masters in Shanghai Sunday to observe a minute's silence in tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks.
As airhorns sounded to mark noon, all 78 players, caddies, officials and thousands of Chinese spectators at the flagship European Tour event stood in silence to honour the memory of the victims of Friday's attacks.
05:21 GMT - Omar Ismail Mostefai's brother, one of four boys in the family along with two sisters, turned himself in to police after learning his younger sibling was involved in the attacks.
"It's a crazy thing, it's madness," he told AFP, his voice trembling, before being taken into custody.
The last he knew, Mostefai had gone to Algeria with his family and his "little girl," he said, adding: "It's been a time since I have had any news."
"I called my mother, she didn't seem to know anything," he said Saturday.
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06:13 GMT - US President Barack Obama has landed in Turkey for the G20 summit where he is expected to discuss terrorism with leaders from the world's 20 most powerful economies.
French President Francois Hollande cancelled his visit to Turkey after Friday's attacks. Hollande will be represented by Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and Finance Minister Michel Sapin.
08:20 GMT - A black Seat car used by gunmen who fired at people in restaurants during the attacks in Paris has been found in the eastern suburb of Montreuil, police say.
Six people close to Omar Ismail Mostefai, who took part in the killings at the Bataclan concert hall and the first of Friday's attackers to be identified, have been detained, including his father, brother and sister-in-law, judicial and police sources say.