Another attack in Europe that may or may not be terror-related: In the Finnish city of Turku, two people were killed and at least six wounded when a man attacked people with a knife. Police shot the man, and he is now in custody.
The mayor of the western German town of Altena has been stabbed inside a kebab shop in an attack described by authorities as "politically motivated." Altena is known for welcoming refugees. One man has been charged.
Altena has been rocked by the recent knife attack on its pro-migrant mayor. Despite widespread shock over the stabbing in the sleepy German town, some residents said discontent had been growing for some time.
Since 1917, Finland has gone from an agrarian backwoods to the world's best. From music to art to saunas, Finland has made major contributions to culture in the 100 years since its independence.
The young Moroccan man who stabbed several people in the Finnish city of Turku last week had spent several months in Germany, a state broadcaster reports. He admitted the attack, but denied having terrorist motives.
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