Are all the places denounced by the right-wing press really that bad?
The men are alleged members of the Verviers terror cell, which has many similarities and connections with the cells that carried out the Paris and Brussels attacks, but was broken up before it had a chance to strike.
How many more killings in Europe until they stop making the front page of the newspapers, until spectacularized violence becomes as unspectacular as a car accident?
The Belgian government's counter-terrorism efforts have long been condemned as ineffective and counterproductive. Some groups are trying a softer approach of integrating diverse communities to prevent further alienation and extremism.
While Brussels was on lockdown yesterday morning, Molenbeek was not. The market on the Hertogin van de Brabantplein was filled with shouting salesmen. "I have to make a living; that attack has already happened now," said a Flemish baker.
The clues leading to Abdeslam's arrest involved his buddy serving as a pallbearer at a suicide bomber's funeral and an unusually large order of pizza to an old lady's apartment.
Abdeslam, who was captured in Brussels on Friday after four months on the lam, reportedly plans to fight extradition to France.
Police let Abdeslam and his friends through, even after they admitted to smoking pot on the ride from Paris to Belgium.
Belgium is entering its third day of a security lockdown amid fears of an imminent Paris-style attack. A string of people were arrested overnight but a key suspect remains on the run.
Belgian officials have said more than one militant is feared to be at large in the city, perhaps including suspected Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam.
French authorities have released a photograph of a third unidentified suicide bomber who blew himself up outside the Stade de France.