The Belgian Foreign Ministry had to intervene to get some of the men into the U.S.
Belgian intelligence believes the network may have stored explosives at a garage on a school's premises.
The only surviving suspect of the Paris attacks has refused to answer questions from judges and lawyers.
Counter-extremism prosecutors are investigating the stabbing as city remains on high alert.
Officials say that the tourism sector in the world's most-visited city is "going through an industrial disaster."
The cousin of the el-Bakraoui brothers spent years in Iraqi imprisonment before returning to Europe.
The attacker injured two police officers in the city of Charleroi before being shot dead.
Both countries failed to act on evidence that a cell in France and Belgium planned attacks.
A man pretended to have been abducted and forced to carry out a suicide blast.
The release comes as fears about extremist attacks rise ahead of the start of the tournament.
Paris prosecutor's office says he will face investigative judges on Wednesday.
Abdeslam, who has been charged with attempted murder, is now due to be extradited to France.
Brahim and Salah Abdeslam are seen dancing, smoking and flirting at the Avenue Louise.
Brussels citizens follow Parisiens and offer their homes to people stuck after the attacks.
Mohamed Abrini and Najim Laachraoui, both believed to be accomplices of Abdeslam, remain at large.
A bomb disposal unit has also reportedly been training to defend against a chemical or biological attack.
Security services must now prepare to prevent the next attack on European soil, writes RUSI's Raffaello Pantucci.
Salah Abdeslam, the most wanted suspect in the Paris attacks, was wounded in a shootout in the Belgian capital after a monthslong manhunt.
Police have also detained two other suspects linked with the Paris attacks in November.
Akrouh blew himself up in the St. Denis apartment where attacker ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud was holed up.
The new images show Abdeslam with an accomplice at a gas station near the Belgian border.
Prosecutors made the discovery in a December raid in the Schaerbeek district of the Belgian capital.
A young German shepherd named Dobrynya is a replacement for the dog killed in a Paris police raid.
There are multiple theories as to the whereabouts of the eighth Paris attacks suspect.