Belgium extradites key suspect in 2015 Paris terrorist attacks


Mohamed Bakkali, 30, who is accused of knowingly offering his Brussels apartment to attackers who took part in the November 13th 2015 terrorist attacks in and around Paris which left 130 people dead, has been extradited to France, just as the Paris trial of Jawad Bendaoud, 31, continues into his alleged conspiracy with the Islamic State group cell which were housed in a property belonging to him in a suburb close to the French capital.

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Belgian authorities have extradited Mohamed Bakkali to France, a key suspect in the deadly attacks in Paris in 2015, reports BBC News.