Police forces prepare in Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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The man who provided lodging for the presumed mastermind of the Paris attacks will go before an anti-"terrorism" judge Tuesday as the hunt for suspected gang member Salah Abdeslam, Europe's most wanted fugitive, entered its 11th day.Four people, including two who traveled with Abdeslam back to Brussels, have been charged with terrorist offenses in Belgium.A French police source said last week that Morocco tipped off Paris that Abaaoud, one of ISIS's most high-profile European recruits, was in France at the time of the attacks rather than in Syria as widely believed.As authorities tried to establish Abdeslam's movements and whereabouts, a source said he traveled through Italy in August with a companion, but his presence caused no alarm because he was not a wanted man at the time.His companion was Ahmet Dahmani, a Belgian man of Moroccan origin who was arrested in Turkey last week on suspicion of involvement in the Paris attacks, the investigative source said.Dozens of people have been arrested and hundreds of homes searched by police in the wake of the attacks, most of them as part of a broad sweep that is not specifically targeting people thought to have played a direct role in the attacks.
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