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TORONTO, ON - APRIL 23: A woman wipes away tears as she signs a memorial card for the victims near the scene on Yonge St. at Finch Ave., after a van plowed into pedestrians on April 23, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. A suspect identified as Alek Minassian, 25, is in custody after a driver in a white rental van collided with multiple pedestrians killing nine and injuring at least 16. (Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - APRIL 23: A woman wipes away tears as she signs a memorial card for the victims near the scene on Yonge St. at Finch Ave., after a van plowed into pedestrians on April 23, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. A suspect identified as Alek Minassian, 25, is in custody after a driver in a white rental van collided with multiple pedestrians killing nine and injuring at least 16. (Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images)

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Justin Trudeau: Atropellamiento en Toronto no fue un ataque terrorista

El primer ministro de Canadá, Justin Trudeau, descartó que el atropello masivo en Toronto sea un acto terrorista. El presunto sospechoso Alek Minassian atropelló con una furgoneta a varias personas el lunes, causando diez muertos y 13 heridos.

Justin Trudeau: Atropellamiento en Toronto no fue un ataque terrorista

El primer ministro de Canadá, Justin Trudeau, descartó que el atropello masivo en Toronto sea un acto terrorista. El presunto sospechoso Alek Minassian atropelló con una furgoneta a varias personas el lunes, causando diez muertos y 13 heridos.