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>> Salah Abdeslam, the prime surviving suspect of the 2015 Paris attacks, arriving in court in Belgium under heavy guard. The 28 year old French citizen is on trial over a shootout with Brussels police before he was arrested.
's accused of coordinating the attacks by Islamic State, which killed 130 people.
But he isn't expected to appear in court for that, until next year. On Monday, Abdeslam was on trial in Brussels, accused of attempted murder in a terrorist context over the shootout with police when they raided his hideout in March 2016. Four were wounded. That was four months after he fled Paris on the night of the carnage.
At the start of the trial, Abdeslam said he wouldn't answer any questions. He cited his right to silence, and declared his Muslim faith.