French police have detained 11 people suspected of providing logistical support, including arms, to the Tunisian who drove his 19-ton truck into a crowd of Nice revelers on Bastille Day, killing 86.
A judicial official says that 10 of the arrests were made Monday morning in the southeastern city and an 11th suspect was arrested in Nantes, in western France.
Agnes Thibault-Lecuivre of the Paris prosecutor's office, which handles terrorism cases, said some of those arrested were from eastern Europe, notably Albania. Among other things, they are suspected of a role in supplying arms.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack.