TERRORISM

November's Paris attacks suspect set to face interrogation

This is a an undated handout image made available by Belgium Federal Police of Salah Abdeslam who is wanted in connection to the November 13 attacks in Paris.

This is a an undated handout image made available by Belgium Federal Police of Salah Abdeslam who is wanted in connection to the November 13 attacks in Paris.

The only surviving suspect in last November's attacks on Paris is set to face an anti-terrorism judge for interrogation, after refusing past questioning in frustration at 24-hour video surveillance of his prison cell.

A helicopter circled over the Palace of Justice in central Paris as a car believed to be carrying Salah Abdeslam arrived Thursday morning.

He kept silent at a hearing in May, and refused to attend a hearing in July. Abdeslam's lawyer argued that the two live video cameras in his cell in Fleury-Merogis prison could cause psychological damage, but France's top administrative authority refused to order them removed.

Abdeslam was jailed after a months-long manhunt following the Nov. 13 attacks on a rock concert, cafes and the national stadium that killed 130.