Two British men have been accused of giving money to a key suspect in the Brussels and Paris bombings. Mohammed Ali Ahmed and Zakaria Boufassil, both 26, allegedly gave $4,400 to suspect Mohamed Abrini in Birmingham in July, prosecutors said in court on Friday. They are charged with providing money they knew, or had reason to believe, would be used for terrorism. Abrini, who is in custody, was the “man in the hat” seen on video footage just before the deadly March 22 bombing at Brussels Airport, AP reported. He was also wanted in the November 13 attacks on Paris. A third British suspect, Soumaya Boufassil, 29, was charged with preparing acts of terrorism.