Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam told French judges nothing: Lawyer

Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam "did not want to say anything" when questioned by French anti-terror judges for the first time on Friday, one of his lawyers told AFP.

Paris: Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam "did not want to say anything" when questioned by French anti-terror judges for the first time on Friday, one of his lawyers told AFP.

Abdeslam has said however he is prepared "to speak at a later date", Frank Berton said, after a brief hearing.

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