Belgian prosecutors believe they may have found a Brussels apartment where one of the Paris jihadists hid after the 13 November attacks. Police found traces of explosives and a fingerprint of fugitive Salah Abdeslam in an apartment in the Schaerbeek district. The apartment had been rented in a false name, that might have been used by a person already in custody. Islamic State (IS) suicide attackers killed 130 people in the attacks. The Belgian federal prosecutor's office said that traces of the explosive TATP (acetone peroxide) and three handmade belts that might be used to transport explosives were found in the raid on 10 December in Rue Berge, according to BBC.