Paris shooting: Several attacks against France mosques since Charlie Hebdo killings - officials

Members of the French technical and scientific police work at a mosque in the Sablons neighborhood of Le Mans, western France, on Jan 8, 2015, after shots were fired and three blank grenades were thrown at the mosque shortly after midnight, leaving n
Members of the French technical and scientific police work at a mosque in the Sablons neighborhood of Le Mans, western France, on Jan 8, 2015, after shots were fired and three blank grenades were thrown at the mosque shortly after midnight, leaving no casualties. -- PHOTO: AFP
A police investigator inspects the scene after an attack at a kebab restaurant near el Houda mosque in Villefrance-Sur-Saone near Lyon Jan 8, 2014 the day after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A police investigator inspects the scene after an attack at a kebab restaurant near el Houda mosque in Villefrance-Sur-Saone near Lyon Jan 8, 2014 the day after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A police investigator inspects the scene after an attack at a kebab restaurant near el Houda mosque in Villefrance-Sur-Saone near Lyon Jan 8, 2014 the day after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
A police investigator inspects the scene after an attack at a kebab restaurant near el Houda mosque in Villefrance-Sur-Saone near Lyon Jan 8, 2014 the day after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
Public prosecutor Gregoire Dulin speaks to journalists as French police forensic (background) scour the scene of an explosion at a kebab shop damaged following an explosion near a mosque, on Jan 8, 2015, in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France. --
Public prosecutor Gregoire Dulin speaks to journalists as French police forensic (background) scour the scene of an explosion at a kebab shop damaged following an explosion near a mosque, on Jan 8, 2015, in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France. -- PHOTO: AFP
Police stand guard as French police forensic scour the scene of an explosion at a kebab shop damaged following an explosion near a mosque, on Jan 8, 2015, in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France. -- PHOTO: AFP
Police stand guard as French police forensic scour the scene of an explosion at a kebab shop damaged following an explosion near a mosque, on Jan 8, 2015, in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France. -- PHOTO: AFP

Paris (AFP) - Muslims places of worship in two French towns were fired upon overnight following the deadly terrorist attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, prosecutors said on Thursday.

There were no casualties, they said. 

Three blank grenades were thrown at a mosque shortly after midnight in the city of Le Mans, west of Paris, and shots were fired in the direction of a Muslim prayer hall shortly after evening prayers in the Port-la-Nouvelle district near Narbonne in southern France.

An explosion at a kebab shop near a mosque in the eastern French town of Villefranche-sur-Saone on Thursday morning also left no casualties.