Brussels authorities charge 2, detain 3 others over attacks

BRUSSELS (AP) — Two men have been charged with offenses related to the Brussels bombings, and three others have been detained in Brussels in connection to the Paris attacks, Belgian authorities said Tuesday.
The Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office said the two who have been charged, identified only as Smail F. and Ibrahim F., were involved in renting an apartment in the Etterbeek area of Brussels that served as a hideout for the bomber who attacked the Brussels subway on March 22 as well as a suspected accomplice.
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It said the detention of the three related to the

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