“57 people have lost their authorization because of radicalization since January. There have been five since the [November 13] attacks,” Valeurs Actuelles quoted the prefect of Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) and Le Bourget airports, Philippe Riffaut as saying.
On November 13, a series of suicide bombings and shooting attacks shook Paris as several extremists launched coordinated attacks across the city, killing some 130 people and injuring over 360.
On January 7, a group of terrorists attacked the Parisian office of Charlie Hebdo, a magazine notorious for publishing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, killing 12 people and injuring 11 others.
The Islamic State extremist militant group claimed responsibility for the attacks.