Austrian prosecutors quiz suspects on Paris terror attack links
Austria is investigating two suspects for possible links to the bombers and gunmen who carried out last year's deadly Paris attacks.
State prosecutor Robert Holzleitner says they are a 28-year-old Algerian and a Pakistani national, 32.
Mr Holzleitner said in a statement on Thursday that the pair arrived in Greece in the same boat as two of the attackers.
He says the attackers were able to leave Greece unhindered but the two now in Austrian custody were held there for 25 days for having fake passports.
The pair were detained in Salzburg on December 10, Mr Holzleitner said, adding a 25-year old Moroccan and an Algerian aged 40 who were in "close contact" with the other two also are being held.
All four are suspected of links to the Islamic State group.