Brussels Jewish Museum attack suspect questioned over Syria hostages

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Mehdi Nemmouche, 32, detained in Belgium on suspicion of carrying out the May 2014 shooting attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels, which left four people dead, was transported to Paris on Wednesday to appear before an examining magistrate investigating his suspected role as jailkeeper in Syria between 2013 and 2014 of four French journalists taken hostage there.

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A Frenchman accused of a deadly 2014 shooting at a Brussels Jewish museum was placed under investigation in France on Wednesday in relation to a separate case in Syria, according to his lawyer, reports ABC News.