The first day of questioning was cut short after it became clear Salah Abdeslam was remaining tight-lipped.
The surviving suspect in November's attacks in Paris, which killed 130 people, has appeared before a French court for his first hearing. However, Salah Abdeslam refused to answer any questions, officials said.
A Brussels court has agreed to send Salah Abdeslam, thought to be the sole surviving Paris attacker, to France. Abdeslam, a Molenbeek resident, also appears to have had links to the Brussels attackers.
Mohamed Abrini has been formally charged with his alleged involvement in the 2015 Paris terror attacks that killed 130 people. His lawyers criticized the French court case as Abrini is already facing charges Belgium.
Another suspect has been arrested in connection with the March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels. The man was detained following a raid on his house in the Belgian capital.
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