Belgian prosecutors on Saturday arrested a new suspect in the attacks on the Brussels airport and subway that killed 31 people.
The Belgian Federal Prosecutor's Office told Fox News that Faycal Cheffou had been taken into custody.
Belgian media are reporting that Cheffou has been identified as the man suspected of fleeing Brussels airport after two alleged accomplices blew themselves up there in Tuesday's attack.
He was taken into custody hours after the federal prosecutor's office issued a warrant for his arrest.
Cheffou is being charged with participation in a terrorist attack, terrorist murder and attempting terrorist murder, Fox News reported.
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