Paris attacks suspect wanted to die a martyr: Belgian police

A soldier and police stand guard at Brussels courthouse during the detention hearing of top Paris and Brussels attacks suspect Mohammed AbriniBelgian investigators said they have discovered a “last testament” attributed to Brussels and Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini, suggesting that he wanted to die a martyr. Police found the document on a laptop computer discovered on March 22, the day suicide bombers from the Islamic State group launched attacks at Brussels airport and on the Belgian capital’s metro which killed 32 people. The computer was found at one of the hideouts used by the jihadist attackers, according to a Belgian federal police report from April, which AFP gained access to on Wednesday.

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