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Strasbourg Market Gunman 'Pledged Allegiance To Islamic State'

WorldNews Saturday, 22 December 2018
Strasbourg Market Gunman 'Pledged Allegiance To Islamic State'The alleged gunman who shot and killed five people in a Christmas market attack this month in Strasbourg had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group,...
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The man who carried out a deadly attack in Strasbourg had pledged allegiance to ISIS. CNN reports authorities discovered a video in which Chérif Chekatt pledged allegiance to ISIS. The December 11 at the French Christmas market attack left five people dead and about a dozen people injured. Chekatt...

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