After capturing lead Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam last week, Belgian prosecutors say they have identified his accomplice as Najim Laachraoui, who is still on the run. According to officials, the 24-year-old Laachraoui had been using fake identification to get around, and his DNA was found in houses used by the ISIS-affiliated terror network. Abdeslam and two accomplices reportedly traveled to Hungarian capital Budapest multiple times, with officials identifiying one of those men as Laachraoui. Also sought is Mohamed Abrini, a suspect who was last seen with Abdeslam at a gas station just days before the Nov. 13 attacks, which left 130 dead.
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