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21/10 17:21 CET

Canadian man who ran down soldiers had been ‘radicalised’

Canadian man who ran down soldiers had been ‘radicalised’

A man who rammed two soldiers before being shot dead by police had been 'radicalised' and was known to security officials, the Canadian Prime Minister has said. Twenty five-year-old Martin Rouleau allegedly ran down two members of the military, one of whom later died. The other…