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Man catched after Toronto van attack found guilty by ten counts of first-degree murder

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ETThe man taken into custody after pedestrians were mowed drop on a busy Toronto street Monday has been found guilty by ten counts of first-degree murder & 13 counts of attempted murder.
John Tory makes a statement about the Toronto van attack, thanking citizens that helped at the scene 1:48Earlier Tuesday, 1 of the ten people killed in the attack was identified as Anne Marie D’Amico, CBC break news has learned.
Invesco’s Canadian headquarters are on Yonge Street, among Sheppard & Finch, lock to the almost one-kilometre stretch of Yonge Street where pedestrians were struck.
Anne Marie D’Amico, that worked for an investment management firm, was 1 of ten people killed in the van attack on Monday afternoon in Toronto, CBC break news has learned.
A commemorative determine up for the preys on Yonge Street continued to grow on Tuesday.

Toronto van attack: suspicious quizzed after ten pedestrians killed

Media playback Information Systems unsupported on your device Media caption “Anybody in his way, he would hit”: Witnesses recall Toronto van incidentCanadian police are questioning a man suspected of driving a rented van into pedestrians in northern Toronto on Monday, killing ten & injuring 15.
Mr Minassian was catched after a tense standoff by a police officer.
Police told Mr Minassian was from the northern Toronto suburb of Richmond Hill & wasn’t formerly known to authorities.
Mr Minassian went on to attend Seneca College in the North York ambit of Toronto, where the van incident took place, CBC reported.
Reporter James Moore, by Newtalk 1010, told the BBC he had heard reports which Mr Minassian was regarded as being “quite brilliant”.

Toronto van attack: Suspect quizzed after 10 pedestrians killed

News Wrap: Toronto police catch van driver that killed pedestrians

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Reinking had to give up his weapons after that, however officials tell his dad later gave the guns back to him.
In Yemen, Shiite Houthi rebels tell their political chief, Saleh al-Samad, has died in an airstrike with a Saudi Arabian coalition.
Separately, the rebels tell another airstrike chock a wedding party on Sunday, killing at least twenty people.
Meanwhile, families held funerals for some of the 57 killed in Sunday’s suicide bombing in Kabul.

Suspect in deathly Toronto van attack dropped through military training final year after 16 days

Minassian was catched & taken into custody Monday as the suspected driver in the van attack, that killed ten people & infective 15 others, according to the Toronto Police Service.
He did not full his recruit training & demanded to be voluntarily launched from the forces after 16 days of the training, according to the Canadian Armed Forces.
Witness Ali Shaker saw the van jump the sidewalk & told people walking were “crumbled up,” he told Canada’s CTV News.
CTVPhil Zullo, that too witnessed the attack, told CTV break news he saw “shoes & hats flown everywhere.”
It was only clear as day, only saw the boy get chock with the van & pieces of the van fell off.”

Suspect in deadly Toronto van attack dropped out of military training last year after 16 days

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