Brother urges Paris suspect Salah Abdeslam to speak
The brother of the main surviving suspect in last November's jihadist attacks in Paris has called on his jailed sibling to speak.
Last week two lawyers said they could no longer represent Saleh Abdeslam, as he was remaining silent and refusing to co-operate with the investigation.
"I ask my brother to speak," Mohamed Abdeslam told France's RTL Radio.
He said he wanted to know "exactly what had happened before and after" the attacks in which 130 people died.
So-called Islamic State said it was behind the co-ordinated assaults on bars, restaurants, a concert hall and the... read more
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