Algerian suspect wanted in connection with Brussels attacks arrested in Italy

Djamal Eddine Ouali was detained under a European arrest warrent in connection with a probe into fake ID documents used by Paris and Brussels attackers

An Algerian man wanted by Belgium in connection with the terror attacks in Brussels has been arrested in Italy.

Djamal Eddine Ouali, 40, was arrested in the southern region of Salerno. 

Ouali was detained under a European arrest warrent in connection with a probe into fake ID documents used by the attackers behind the Paris and Brussels attacks, local media reported, according to France 24.

Nine people have been arrested in belgium and two in Germany in as the investigation continues into the Brussels bombings, which killed at least 31 people. 

One of the suspects believed to be the surviving airport bomber has been arrested and charged with "terrorist murder".

The "man in the hat" is thought to be Faycal Cheffou, who has allegedly been watched by Brussels police for months after being accused of attempting to radicalise refugees.

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