People pass a shop in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium, March 19, where fugitive Salah Abdeslam was arrested after a four-month manhunt. Abdeslam is the top suspect in last year's deadly Paris attacks. The neighborhood is considered a hotbed for Islamists recruiting foreign fighters.
People pass a shop in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium, March 19, where fugitive Salah Abdeslam was arrested after a four-month manhunt. Abdeslam is the top suspect in last year's deadly Paris attacks. The neighborhood is considered a hotbed for Islamists recruiting foreign fighters. Peter Dejong AP
People pass a shop in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium, March 19, where fugitive Salah Abdeslam was arrested after a four-month manhunt. Abdeslam is the top suspect in last year's deadly Paris attacks. The neighborhood is considered a hotbed for Islamists recruiting foreign fighters. Peter Dejong AP

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