Salah Abdeslam not arrested, operation in Molenbeek over

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Riot Police stand guard at rue Delaunoy in the streets of Molenbeek, Brussels, Belgium, 16 November 2015. More than 130 people were killed and hundreds injured in the terror attacks which targeted the Bataclan concert hall, the Stade de France national sports stadium, and several restaurants and bars in the French capital on 13 November. Authorities believe that three coordinated teams of terrorists armed with rifles and explosive vests carried out the attacks, which the Islamic State (IS) extremist group has claimed responsibility for

Salah Abdeslam not arrested, operation in Molenbeek over


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Abdeslam Salah, 26, one of the three brothers involved in the Paris attacks has been arrested in an operation in ongoing operation in Molenbeek. However, word from a Belgian prosecutor says that Salah has not yet been arrested so reports are still coming in. Here is a live feed of operations in Molenbeek.

Mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud is at large, and believed to be in Syria currently. Furthermore, the fingerprints left on the scene in Paris match the fingerprints of a man who traveled through Greece in October. However, the name of this individual along with the passport left behind with him have not yet been identified and the authenticity of the passport has yet to be determined.

Update: Molenbeek mayor Francoise Schepmans announced that the siege taking place in Molenbeek is now over.

Update 2: As of 2:23 Belgian TV has announced that Abdeslam Salah has not been arrested.

 

 

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