Thirteen men were named as being a part of a terror cell that coordinated and carried out the 2016 Brussels attack on Brussels Airport and Maelbeek metro station, which killed 32 people and injured hundreds of others. Salah Abdeslam, 30, is suspected to have had a predominant role in coordinating the attacks. He was arrested for the 2015 Paris attacks several days before the Brussels attacks. Mohamed Abrini, 35, is suspected of leaving a bag, which contained a bomb, at the airport. Osama Krayem, 27, targeted the metro station. Sofien Ayari, 25, Oussama Atar, 35, Bilal El Makhouki, 29, Ali El Haddad Asufi, 36, and Hervé Bayingana were also charged in relation to the attack. Brothers Smail and Ibrahim Farisi were charged for supplying the attackers with an apartment.