France's Prime Minister said Thursday that authorities had made "several detentions" while searching for two suspects in a deadly Islamist terror attack that left 12 dead at the offices of a satirical French magazine.

Manuel Valls made the remarks in an interview with RTL radio as France prepared to observe a national day of mourning in memory of those killed at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo, a publication that had been threatened before for its caricatures of the Prophet Muhammed. Valls told the station that preventing another attack is "our main concern."

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