Brussels Jewish museum shooter ‘an angry French teen’ who was radicalised in jail

Mehdi Nemmouche has been convicted of carrying out Europe's first terror attack by an Islamist fighter returning from the war in Syria.

Dave Keating: Jury finds enough evidence that Nemmouche planned Brussels museum attack

French citizen Mehdi Nemmouche was convicted of "terrorist murder" on Thursday for shooting dead four people in a Jewish museum in Brussels after coming back from Syria in 2014, the federal prosecutor's spokesman said. Sentencing after the two-month-long, Brussels jury court trial, which underlined the threat posed by European jihadists returning home after fighting in Syria's war, will be announced at a later date.

French jihadi convicted of deadly Brussels Jewish museum attack

A Belgian court on Thursday convicted French citizen Mehdi Nemmouche of "terrorist murder" for the shooting deaths of four people at a Jewish museum in Brussels in 2014, in the first case of an attack by Syria-returned jihadi in Europe.

Verdict due in trial of Frenchman accused of Brussels Jewish museum attack

A verdict is due Thursday in the trial of the accused Brussels Jewish museum killer, allegedly the first Syria jihad veteran to stage a terror attack in Europe.
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