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July 5, 2016 9:24 am

Belgian Attacks Suspect Tells Police Cells in Paris, Brussels Part of Larger Terror Network

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A memorial for victims of the Brussels attacks. The terror cells in Paris and Brussels are allegedly part of a larger network. Photo: Miguel Discart via Wikimedia Commons.

A memorial for victims of the Brussels attacks. The terror cells in Paris and Brussels are allegedly part of a larger network. Photo: Miguel Discart via Wikimedia Commons.

The terror cells that carried out the attacks in Paris in November and in Brussels in March were part of a larger network and Salah Abdeslam, the last surviving suspect from the Paris attacks, played a bigger role than was previously thought, terror suspect Mohamed Abrini told Belgian police.

Abrini, who was identified as the “man in the hat,” one of the three terror suspects caught on camera in the Zaventem airport in Brussels, said Abdeslam took care of logistics, according to VTM Nieuws, which obtained details of Abrini’s interrogation.

Read full story at Politico.

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