Frank Berton, lawyer of the Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, at the Paris courthouse on Friday.Christophe Ena / AP

Salah Abdeslam, the main suspect in the deadly Paris attacks, has refused to talk during questioning in Paris on Friday, ending the court session.

Authorities had hoped he would provide details on the attacks that killed 130 people. Abdeslam was captured in Brussels in March in a counterterrorism operation carried out shortly after the attacks in the Belgian capital. He was transferred to Paris last month.

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