Belgian police officers patrol on a platform at the Thalys high-speed train terminal at Midi/Zuid railway station in Brussels, Belgium, January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
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Belgian police have found three belts for possible use in suicide attacks, traces of explosives and a fingerprint of wanted Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam at a Brussels flat, prosecutors said Friday.Prosecutors said Abdeslam might have hidden in the flat after the November 13 attacks, but that they were also working on the theory that the explosive devices used in the massacre could have been made there. Investigators said friends drove Abdeslam from Paris back to the Belgian capital, slipping through three police checks, while one suspect has since said that he drove Abdeslam across Brussels to Schaerbeek on Nov. 14 .Federal prosecutors spokesman Eric Van Der Sypt said however that it was not clear when Abdeslam visited the Brussels apartment.Belgian authorities have arrested and charged a total of 10 people in connection with the attacks, including several with helping Abdeslam.
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