Knife attacks in France, Canada are 'likely terrorist' acts

Police investigate a suspected terror attack in Marseille, France
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French police on Sunday killed a man wielding a knife and shouting "Allahu Akbar" at the train station in Marseille after he fatally stabbed two women. Law enforcement sources told Reuters this is a "likely terrorist act." The identities of the attacker and his victims have not been released.

"After the attack carried out next to Marseille Saint-Charles, I am immediately going to the site of the attack," French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said in a tweeted statement.

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