The Islamic State group has released a video of nine militants it says took part in the terror attacks in Paris last November.
The attackers, most from Belgium or France, killed 130 people with bombs and guns at several sites in Paris. Many others were injured.
Police killed the nine during or soon after the Paris attacks.
The Islamic State released the video last weekend. It uses the word "lions" to describe the men, and shows them beheading and killing prisoners in Iraq and Syria.
The video includes images from the November attacks. It also shows pictures of London, British Prime Minister David Cameron and other British officials.
Lines representing crosshairs are placed over their faces, according to The Guardian newspaper. Shooters use the lines to aim at their target.
Britain is part of the U.S.-led coalition that is bombing Islamic State targets.
Non-believers "will be a target for our swords," the video says.
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