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Multiple Shooting Attacks in Ottawa, Canada?

This morning, the world watched with anxiety about reports of a shooting at a war memorial and then at the Parliament building in Ottawa, Canada. Now there is word of three separate shootings at three sites in the city — which appears to dispel the notion that this is the work of one disturbed individual.

According to the CBC, authorities say “two or three suspects are still at large.” While initial reports can be erroneous, multiple shootings at government targets suggest a coordinated terror attack.

Americans are feeling great anxiety these days; a terrorist attack on the capital of our northern neighbor would only worsen that anxiety.

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