Spanish-language news website La Sexta reported that two gunmen in Paris opened fire on people leaving a concert in the early hours of Thursday morning, killing at least four people.
La Septa said the gunmen were identified as Abou Khattala, who worked at a construction company, and Omar Ismael, who was a construction worker at a gas station.
La Sabah reported that Ismaal was known to police and was suspected of involvement in several violent attacks in France.
La Traviata, another Spanish-language publication, reported that the two gunmen were carrying two rifles.
According to La Saba, one of the gunmen, Omar Ismas, is suspected of having killed two people in a separate attack on November 20, which was carried out by Ismaels brother.
It is unclear if the second gunman was involved in the attack in Paris.
La Nación de la República, a Spanish publication, said Isma el Ismaell, a Moroccan who lived in Paris and is a member of the radical group La Raza, is in custody.
La Repút reported that another person in custody is Isma El Ghribi, a member to the banned terrorist group El-Qaida.
The La Republikação newspaper also reported that three people, including a French citizen, were arrested in connection with the Paris attack.
La Libertad newspaper reported that a Moroccan named Marwan Kader, a former member of La Rza, was killed in the Paris terror attack.
It also reported the death of three other Moroccan nationals.
The El Mundo newspaper said Ismas El Ghribi, Ismaes El Ghroubi, and Ismais Kader were killed in an attack by the French military in the northern town of St-Etienne-du-Rouvray, located in the Seine River valley.
The paper reported that four people were wounded in the explosion, with three of them suffering life-threatening injuries.
The attacks occurred as police were trying to arrest a Moroccan suspect in the attacks in Paris on November 19, and the suspect was later killed.
According the Associated Press, Ismail El-Shawarma, a 27-year-old French citizen who is a refugee from Syria, is a suspect in two of the attacks, along with one Moroccan citizen, Khaled Muallem.
El-Khaira was arrested on November 25 after being caught on surveillance footage leaving a Paris mosque carrying a Kalashnikov assault rifle and an explosive device, and he was later shot dead.
The Paris attack also left four French citizens dead, including three of the attackers.
The Associated Press reported that one of those killed was a French national, while the other two were Algerian citizens, including Moustafa Khashoggi.
A fifth victim was a Tunisian citizen who was also killed in a suspected Islamic State-inspired attack in a suburb of Paris.