Belgium's foreign minister on Sunday said Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, who was arrested in a raid in Brussels on Friday, was planning new operations and possibly had access to several weapons. During his interrogation, Abdeslam claimed that "he was ready to restart something from Brussels," Foreign Minister Didier Reynders told Associated Press.

The minister said they have "found a lot of weapons, heavy weapons in the first investigations", and have "seen a new network of people around him in Brussels". On Saturday, the Brussels-based Frenchman was charged with "terrorist murder" by Belgian authorities. He is a top suspect in the November attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead. The attacks were orchestrated by the Islamic State militant group. The 26-year-old was shot in the leg before being captured along with a suspected accomplice during a raid on an apartment in his hometown.