Paris terror attack suspect captured
BRUSSELS - Two French police officials have told The Associated Press that Salah Abdeslam, the main fugitive from Islamic extremist attacks in Paris in November, has been arrested in Belgium's capital after four months at large.
They say he was arrested in a major police operation in the Brussels neighborhood of Molenbeek.
Authorities have said Abdeslam was among several attackers who targeted cafes, a rock concert and a stadium in Paris' deadliest attacks in decades, which killed 130 people.
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