Four men have been charged with terrorism offences by Belgian prosecutors in connection with the bombings in Brussels last month, media reports said Saturday. The four are among the six arrested on Friday and include key suspect Mohamed Abrini, who was on Europe’s most-wanted terror suspect list after the Paris shootings that left 130 dead. Belgian authorities are working to determine whether Abrini was the “man in the hat” attacker caught on CCTV at Brussels airport before the explosions on March 22, two officials told The Wall Street Journal. The death toll from the Brussels attacks stands at 32. The other detainees charged on Saturday were named as Osama K., Herve B.N., and Bilal E.M., while the other two arrested Friday have been released, the BBC reported.
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