Brussels terror attacks: 10 people to stand trial over 2016 bombings
08 January 2021 | 11:03 am
Ten suspects will face court in the second half of next year over the 2016 Brussels terror attacks that left 32 people dead. One of the defendants was allegedly also involved in the 2015 Paris attacks.
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