SHOOTING

French Suspect Was on No-Fly List

Mohamed Merah, the 23-year-old suspected in a series of shootings across southern France, was on the U.S. no-fly list after reportedly being held in Afghanistan and then sent back to France. But the circumstances of his detention are unclear; military officials say they don't have any record of Merah being in American custody. Merah was killed Thursday after a two-day siege of his home in Toulouse when he jumped from a window while being shot. French President Nicolas Sarkozy said he would crack down on visitors to terrorist websites, and he and socialist challenger François Hollande resumed their presidential campaigns.