Paris, Brussels attacks suspects switch Belgian prisons

Video image taken from a CCTV camera at a petrol station in Ressons, north of Paris, on November 11, 2015 shows Salah Abdeslam (R) and Mohamed Abrini buying goodsParis attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and alleged accomplice Mohamed Abrini, who is also charged over the Brussels attacks, were moved to different jails in Belgium on Monday, prison officials said. Abdeslam, arrested in Brussels on March 18 following a four-month manhunt, “is now in Beveren in a high-security cell” after he was transferred from a prison in Bruges, prison services spokeswoman Kathleen Van De Vijver told AFP. Abrini, arrested 10 days ago in Brussels in connection with both the Paris and Brussels attacks, was moved to “the high security section in Bruges” from a jail in the Forest district of Brussels, the spokeswoman said.

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