BRUSSELS – The latest in the investigations and commemorations of a series of attacks in Paris. All times local:
Belgian prosecutors say they have found handmade belts that could be used to carry explosives and the fingerprint of Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam in a search of a Brussels apartment.
The search took place Dec. 10 in a third-floor apartment in the Schaerbeek neighborhood of the Belgian capital, the Federal Prosecutor's Office said in a statement Friday.
It said police also found material that could be used to make explosives as well as traces of the highly volatile explosive TATP.
According to the prosecutor's office, the apartment had been rented under a false identify that may have been used by one of the 10 people arrested in Belgium in connection with the Nov. 13 attacks that killed 130 in Paris.