German officials said on Friday they had arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of arms trading in the southern German city of Stuttgart earlier this week. The German newspaper Bild earlier reported that the man was suspected of selling four weapons to the attackers who killed 130 people in Paris on Nov. 13, but prosecutors declined to confirm the report. According to Bild, the suspect sold four assault weapons—two AK-47s made in China and two Zasatva M70s made in the former Yugoslavia—to a buyer of "Arab descent." Police reportedly discovered four emails on the man's smartphone suggesting he was communicating with an "Arab in Paris," the Bild reported.
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