France gunman 'set to kill again
Police in France surround a block of flats in Toulouse where they say the suspect in Monday's shooting of a rabbi and three children at a Jewish school is holed up.
The man inside the building where the operation is taking place has claimed affiliation to al-Qaeda, says Interior Minister Claude Gueant.
The man informed police he wanted to "avenge Palestinian children" and denounced French "crimes" in Afghanistan.
The authorities have linked the Ozar Hatorah school shootings to the killing of three soldiers last week.
French media reports have named the suspect as Mohammed Merah, a French national of Algerian origin.
The funerals of the rabbi and children took place in Jerusalem and a memorial service is being held for the three soldiers at a base outside Toulouse.