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Canadian authorities arrested a Somali on suspicion of links to attacks in Canada

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Post by rocky Mon 02 Oct 2017, 3:17 am

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Canadian authorities have arrested a Somali asylum seeker on suspicion of links to the attacks in Edmonton, which resulted in the injury of five people.
 
The unidentified 30-year-old Somali man was stabbed by a police officer and wounded four people on Saturday.
 
A police officer was organizing traffic at a nearby Commonwealth Stadium stadium during a match in the Canadian football league when a car was hit by a speeding car and was then attacked with a knife.
 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described the incident as a "terrorist attack".
 
Officials in Edmonton say the suspect may face charges of carrying out "terrorist acts" and attempted murder.
 
The officials confirmed that the suspected Somali was known to the police. "
 
According to the networks of "CBC" and "CTV", the authorities found the banner of the organization calling the terrorist inside the car, which hit the policeman at the traffic barrier


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