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Ohio State attacker may have been inspired by overseas militants, FBI says | Reuters

By Alex Dobuzinskis A Somali immigrant who injured 11 people in a car and knife attack at Ohio State University may have been inspired by Islamic State and the late al Qaeda-linked cleric Anwar..
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Ohio State University attack: IS claims responsibility

Washington, Nov 30 (IANS) Banned militant outfit the Islamic State (IS) said the attacker who injured 11 people on Ohio State University (OSU) campus was a "soldier of the Islamic State", media reports..
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News video: Ohio State attacker identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan

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An 18-year-old student identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan attacked several people at The Ohio State University, officials said.
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News video: Ohio State Attacker Buried

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Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the Somali-born Ohio State University student who hurt nearly a dozen people in a car-and-knife attack at the university before a police officer quickly shot and killed him, has..
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Now that Donald trump has won the Presidency, he's decided to go on tour and thank those who voted for him. The President-Elect kicked things off in Ohio, thanking the crowd for its support. During a..
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According to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, a repeal of Obamacare will be the first bill taken up by the new Congress in January. In an interview with 60 Minutes, Ryan said the repeal will be..
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News video: FBI: Ohio State attacker may have been influenced by ISIS or al-Qaeda

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Investigators believe that the Ohio State University attacker may have been inspired by either al-Qaeda or ISIS. Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker joins CBSN with the latest details.
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Ohio State attacker may have self-radicalised, officials say | Reuters

By Mark Hosenball and Kim Palmer | WASHINGTON/COLUMBUS, Ohio WASHINGTON/COLUMBUS, Ohio A Somali immigrant who injured 11 people at Ohio State University in a vehicle and stabbing attack before he was..
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Ohio state attacker spent 7 years in Pakistan

The Somali-born student, who injured 11 people in a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University before being shot and killed, had lived in Pakistan along with his family for about seven years. The..
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Ohio State attacker was a university student: Officials

"We do not have information at the moment on motive," added Monica Moll, public safety director at the university, saying only that the investigation was ongoing. 
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Ohio State attacker was of Somali descent: US media

CBS News quoted a federal law enforcement official as saying the suspect "has been tentatively identified as a young man of Somali descent," aged around 20.
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Eight injured in US mall stabbing spree

Eight persons were injured after a stabbing attack at a shopping mall in a city in Minnesota state, which ended with the suspected attacker being killed by the police.
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Two more suspects detained in attempted shooting of Turkish journalist – Anadolu | Reuters

ISTANBUL Turkish police detained two more suspects on Saturday over the attempted shooting of a prominent Turkish journalist as he waited outside an Istanbul courthouse for a verdict in his trial. A..
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