Reynaldo Gonzalez, father of one of the 130 victims of the November terror attacks in Paris, said social media sites are culpable for the rise of ISIS.
Seven people, ages 24 to 27, face up to 10 years in jail if found guilty of taking part in a terrorist recruitment network and receiving training in Syria from ISIS.
Abdeslam was transferred Friday morning from a high-security prison in the suburb of Fleury-Merogis to the main Paris courthouse for questioning.
The arrests coincided with prosecutors' announcement that they'd charged two people in connection with last month's bombings in Brussels.
Mohamed Abrini, a Belgian, is “more than likely” the “man in the hat” seen on security camera footage at a Brussels airport March 22.
Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspect from November's attacks in France, reportedly told his brother he wants to cooperate with investigators.
The Islamic State group militants in the Nov. 13 attacks that killed 130 people also used victims’ cell phones to communicate.
An attorney representing Salah Abdeslam, the recently apprehended suspect in the Paris terrorist attacks late last year, says he plans to challenge extradition.
Salah Abdeslam, apprehended Friday, was among the world's most wanted fugitives, linked to November's deadly attacks in Paris.
About 15 people were killed on the bar's terrace in November.
Pictures of fugitive Salah Abdeslam were captured by surveillance cameras at a French petrol station, a day after the deadly Nov. 13 attacks.
The CallBrussels initiative allows potential visitors to call public phones in the Belgian capital and ask locals about either its everyday life or its security status.
Salah Abdeslam, who escaped after the attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, is currently one of the most wanted men in Europe.
Sallah Ali, 20, from Casablanca, Morocco, was reportedly carrying a piece of paper with the ISIS flag when he was killed Thursday.
Because so many of those linked to the Nov. 13 deaths in Paris had ties to Belgium, authorities there have been under pressure to make arrests.
The suspects were arrested in a raid that lasted five hours on the outskirts of Molenbeek, about a mile from Brussels' Grand Place square.
Two French citizens carrying fake Syrian passports were arrested over the weekend at a refugee center in Salzburg, Austria.
French police have launched 2,700 raids across the country, following the terror attacks at six sites around the city on Nov. 13.
Heavily armed guards were stationed at entry points to the United Nations complex in Geneva on Thursday as the country raised its security level.
An Athens police operation in January targeting Abdelhamid Abaaoud did not go off as planned, and he slipped away, a report said.