terça-feira, 17 de novembro de 2015

Without a trace of Salah Abdeslam, ends police operation in Molenbeek

Finished the operation launched this morning by the Belgian authorities, in the neighbourhood of Molenbeek, no sign of Salah Abdeslam, the most wanted man in Europe and about who rests an international arrest warrant.

During the afternoon the Belgian police freed five of the seven men who were arrested. The two others were formally charged with terrorist attack and participation in activities of a terrorist group, according to Agence France Press.

Mohamad Abdeslam, brother of enemy number 1, and one of the kamikaze which blew up last Friday, was released.

The hunt for French citizen, born and resident in Belgium, who rented the vehicle, involved in a Pole of the attacks, will continue. The brother of Salah Abdeslam, says not knowing his whereabouts:

"With regard to my brother, we don't know where he is today. We don't know, with the tension that exists, if he will dare to surrender to justice, or not, "says Mohamad.

So far, and of the seven terrorists, five have been identified. According to a French Prosecutor one of them, which blew up at the ' Stade de France ', entered and was registered in Greece, last October.

Failure on Exchange of information the French authorities have been able to ride out a man, to Belgian territory, which featured an identity card in the name of Salah Abdeslam.

Mostly questions, still unanswered, which arise. The role of Belgium in this context is paramount:

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