'Let's go' text found on Paris attacker's cell phone

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A cell phone has been found near the site of one of Friday's Paris shootings with a map of the music venue that was attacked and a text message on it saying words to the effect of "let's go," a source with knowledge of the investigations said.

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Confirming reports on French web site Mediapart and U.S. television channel CNN, the source said the phone was found in a dustbin near the Bataclan concert hall where the bloodiest of the shootings took place.

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At least 129 people died in the killings, including 89 at Bataclan. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the co-ordinated suicide bombings and shootings.

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(Reporting by Timothy Ahmann and Chine Labbe; Editing by Andrew Callus and Crispian Balmer; Editing by Andrea Ricci)

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