France plans to tighten security at Jewish schools, sending in almost 5,000 forces and police following the attack at a kosher supermarket, officials said Monday. Amedy Coulibaly, who killed a policewoman and then four hostages in southern Paris on Friday, was likely to have had an accomplice, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said, vowing “the hunt will go on.” Coulibaly took several hostages at a kosher supermarket in a coordinated attack with brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, who killed 12 people at the offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo two days earlier. All three men, who belonged to the same Parisian terror cell, were killed by police. Following revelations that Cherif Kouachi and Coulibaly met in prison, Valls pledged to isolate Islamist detainees from the rest of the prisoner population as a means of preventing terrorism recruitment.
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