The French police have prevented a terrorist attack at the stadium

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On Sunday a suspected Jihadi was shot dead in the southern port city of Marseille after murdering two young cousins with a knife next to a city station.

French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb suggested that the man may have slipped the authorities by employing someone who looks like him, a common practice employed by those under the scanner.

France's lower house of parliament overwhelmingly approved a new counter-terrorism bill today, making permanent several controversial measures in place under a almost two-year-old state of emergency.

Near the stadium Parc des princes at about 4 am it was found an improvised explosive device.

The new law gives authorities the power to confine suspected jihadist sympathisers to their neighbourhood without the prior approval of a judge, and to throw a wide security cordon around places or events deemed vulnerable to attack.

Police found two cylinders of gas in the hall of a building in the city's 16th arrondissement and two others on the sidewalk.

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Five people have been arrested after what appeared to be a failed bombing attempt in an apartment building in Paris, after a neighbor tipped off police.

The Senate, France's upper house of parliament, approved it in July after some amendments.

Paris chief prosecutor Francois Molins said Monday that investigators are trying to determine the identity of the attacker, who is known to police under seven different aliases for robbery and drug-related crimes.

"We've foiled numerous attacks since the start of the year that would have involved many deaths", the minister said.

The country has been under a state of emergency since the gun and bomb attacks in Paris in November 2015, which killed 130 people and left more than 400 injured.

French politicians are set to vote later on a new counter-terror law created to end the country's two-year state of emergency.

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