Federal prosecutors in Belgium say a man identified as Faycal C has been charged with terrorist murder in connection with the Brussels attacks. Local media reports claim he may be the third Brussels airport bomber.
Belgian authorities have released a man they had charged with terrorism offenses in connection with last Tuesday's deadly attacks in Brussels. Media had speculated that the man could be a missing third attacker.
One of the jihadists who blew themselves up at Brussels Airport last month had worked there. He had also briefly worked as a cleaner at the European Parliament several years ago.
A man arrested in connection with the deadly Brussels attacks is facing several terrorism charges, prosecutors say. Eleven terrorist suspects have been arrested in Belgium and Germany since the attacks.
Salah Abdeslam, believed to be the sole surviving attacker of the November 13 Paris terror attacks, has been handed over to French authorities. He was arrested in Belgium in March.
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