Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam was charged with terrorist offences on Wednesday - hours after being handed over to French authorities.
Abdeslam is suspected of playing a key role in November's terrorist attacks in the French capital, in which 130 people were killed.
He has now been charged with belonging to a terrorist organisation, murder, kidnap and possession of weapons and explosives.
Abdeslam, who was arrested in Brussels on March 18, is to be put in solitary confinement, according to his lawyer.
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Belgian police have searched a building in the borough of Anderlecht following the detention of two key suspects in terror attacks on Paris and Brussels.
Mohamed Abrini, a Belgian thought to have helped prepare the bombing and shooting attack that killed 130 people in the French capital, was held with two others, prosecutors said.
They are also trying to confirm whether he is the 'man in the hat' seen with the Brussels airport suicide bombers on March 22.
Abrini, 31, was seized in Anderlecht, close to the Brussels borough of Molenbeek, where he was known to police for petty crimes.
Police cordoned off an area some 200 metres away from where Abrini was arrested and searched a building.
Masked police and bomb disposal units were seen at the location during the operation.
Belgian prosecutors have said investigators are still "verifying" if Mohamed Abrini is the "man in the hat" from Brussels attack.Read the full story ›
The lawyer for the terror suspect said he "was not aware" of the plot to attack Brussels and wants to return to France "to explain himself".Read the full story ›
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has appeared in court in Brussels.
His lawyer the media that he wants to return to France "as quickly as possible".
Salah Abdeslam appears in court here in Brussels. His lawyer says he wants to return to France "to explain himself" as soon as possible
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has suggested that fewer people would have died in last year's Paris massacre if more people in the French capital had guns.
Speaking at a rally he said:
So the bad guys can have guns but the good guys can't. So these thugs walked into various places and just started shooting people. And there were no guns on the other side.
The bullets were going one way, not the other way. And if they were, if somebody had protection, a few people, not all, a few people had protection we would not have had 130 people dead.
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