UK: Two Muslims in court accused of funding Paris attack suspect

Two men from Birmingham have appeared in court charged with giving £3,000 in cash to Mohamed Abrini, alleged to be involved in the terrorist attacks on Paris and Brussels.

Abrini, captured on camera wearing a hat during the bombing of Brussels airport in March, got the money for terrorist purposes, British prosecutors have said.

The claims of alleged British links to those behind the November 2015 attacks on Paris that killed 130 people and the attacks on Brussels earlier this year, came during the first court appearance of the two men.