Salah Abdeslam was admitted to "Hopital Saint-Pierre - Ziekenhuis Sint-Pieter" hospital after being shot and arrested the police action in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean in Brussels on March 18, 2016.
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The top suspect in last year's deadly Paris attacks, captured in Belgium after four months on the run, will now face police questioning and a fast-track effort to extradite him to France.Families of victims and survivors want Abdeslam to face justice in France for the Nov. 13 attacks on a rock concert, stadium and cafes, which killed 130 victims and several attackers.Abdeslam, 26, is a childhood friend of the suspected ringleader of the attacks.Most of the Paris attackers died on the night of the attacks, including Abdeslam's brother Brahim, who blew himself up.Abdeslam and four other suspects were detained in Friday's raid, including three members of a family that sheltered him. Abdeslam was not armed but did not immediately obey orders when confronted by police, Belgian prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt said. Abdeslam's role in the attacks has never been clearly spelled out.
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