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Main Paris attacks suspect's brother asks him to break silence

The brother of Salah Abdeslam, the main suspect in the Paris attacks, called on him on Monday to agree to answer questions about the November 2015 massacre. "I ask my brother to speak," Mohamed Abdeslam told French radio station RTL. The plea came after the suspect's two lawyers said last week they would no longer defend him given his uncompromising refusal to answer questions.
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