A Belgian court on Monday delayed until February the trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam over a shooting in Brussels that led to his capture.
The Belgian trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, which was scheduled to begin on Monday in Brussels, has been delayed, the court said Friday. Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspect of the November 2015 Paris attacks, was due to go on trial over a shooting in the Belgian capital that led to his capture. Show More Summary
The Belgian trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, due to start next Monay, is likely to be put off on the request of his lawyer, a court official said Wednesday.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam's lawyer asked on Wednesday for his client's trial in Belgium to be postponed from next week's opening, a source close to the investigation said. The request by lawyer Sven Mary for Abdeslam, dueShow More Summary
The 28-year-old played key role in bombings and shootings that killed 130, but has refused to talk to investigators Two years after the Paris terror attacks, the only surviving suspect is still refusing to talk to investigators about his role in the city-wide bombings and shootings that left 130 dead. Show More Summary
Belgian authorities have asked their French counterparts to temporarily transfer Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam to Belgium for trial over a shootout with police in Brussels last year, prosecutors said Friday. Abdeslam, the onlyShow More Summary
Belgium on Thursday ordered Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam to stand trial over a shootout in Brussels last year with Belgian and French police officers who had been tracking Europe's most wanted man for four months. Abdeslam, the...Show More Summary
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in 2015 Islamist attacks on Paris who is currently jailed in France, will face trial in Belgium over a police shootout at his suspected hideout in Brussels, Belgian prosecutors said on Thursday.
Belgium has ordered Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam and another man to stand trial over a police shootout with Belgian police last year, prosecutors said Thursday. Abdeslam was arrested on March 18 last year, three days after the...Show More Summary
The main suspect in the Paris attacks has refused lawyers and failed to cooperate in judicial proceedings. But in a letter to an unnamed woman, Salah Abdeslam provided insights into his inner life, according to French media reports.
The only surviving suspect of the Paris attacks has refused to answer questions from judges and lawyers.
Salah Abdeslam, the main suspect in the November 13, 2015 attacks in Paris that killed 130 people, has written a letter to an unknown woman sharing his thoughts since the massacre. According to extracts of the letter, which was published...Show More Summary
The main suspect in the Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, refused to reply to questions from a French anti-terrorist judge for he fourth time on Tuesday, a judiciary source said.
French investigators have tried and failed – again – to persuade Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam to talk to anti-terrorism investigators.
The main Paris attacks suspect, Salah Abdeslam, has become even more radicalised since being imprisoned for his presumed role in the slaughter of 130 people a year ago, his former lawyer has said.
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....Show More Summary
Know an attorney in want of a challenge? The two lawyers representing the only living suspect in the Paris terror attacks have dropped Salah Abdeslam's case. Abdeslam's French lawyer Frank Berton says his client "will not talk and will use his right to remain silent," leaving him with little choice...
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They say 24-hour prison surveillance has affected Salah Abdeslam's psychic state.
JUSTICE? Lawyers for Paris Attacks Suspect Stop Defending Him. Frank Berton and Sven Mary said they’ve decided to stop representing Salah Abdeslam, who has chosen to remain silent in a protest against his prison conditions, including the 24-hour video surveillance of his cell. Berton told a press conference on Wednesday that Abdeslam, who was arrested […]