Source: BBC News
The trial of a man accused of killing four people at the Jewish Museum of Brussels has started in Belgium.
Frenchman Mehdi Nemmouche is accused of shooting two tourists, a volunteer and a receptionist in the 2014 attack.
He allegedly fought in a jihadist group in Syria’s war before returning to Europe and carrying out the anti-Semitic attack.
Nemmouche faces a life sentence if convicted, and denies the charges contained in the 200-page indictment.