23-year-old American student among 129 dead in Paris attacks

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PARIS -- An American Cal State Long Beach student, 23, is among 129 dead in Paris attacks.

The Strate School of Design's dean, Dominique Sciamma, released a statement on social media regarding Nohemi Gonzalez's death. Gonzales was a design student from El Monte, studying with an international exchange program.

Michael LaForte, a lecturer at the college, said the three other Cal State Long Beach students in Paris are safe.

The latest from investigators in Paris

Paris prosecutor Francois Molins spoke in a press conference Saturday about the investigation so far, identifying two terrorists involved in Friday night's attacks in Paris.

Molins revealed one terrorist involved in the attack at Bataclan is 30 years old and a French national. He was born in a suburb near the outskirts of Paris.

Molins reported the suspect has a criminal history, and in 2010, police identified him as “radicalized." However, he did not spend time in prison because he did not have specific terrorist connections.

Molins also said another terrorist found at the Stade de France was found dead with a Syrian passport, age 35. This individual was reportedly not known to French police.

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