The three men suspected of taking part in the attacks at Belgium’s Zaventem Airport caught on a security camera.
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The four men slipped away after the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, and all but one reappeared as key figures in the Daesh (ISIS) cell that went on to attack Brussels.That status can be fleeting, as the two attacks show that someone considered vital in one operation may be sacrificed in another.In the Schaerbeek apartment, there was enough TATP for three massive suitcase bombs – 15 to 20 kilograms each, experts say.Salah Abdeslam drove thousands of miles across Europe over months, collecting accomplices, scouting locations and buying equipment. He rented apartments and cars and, on the night of Nov. 11, drove toward Paris with another onetime petty criminal and boyhood friend, Mohammad Abrini. It may have been more than second guessing that kept Abdeslam alive that night and for the four months he spent hiding among friends back in Brussels.Like Abdeslam, he had ties to Abdelhamid Abbaoud, the charismatic ringleader of the Paris attacks who died in a police standoff on Nov. 18 .He is the last identified suspect still at large from the November attacks.There are suspects at large from the Brussels attacks.
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