4 Killed in Terrorist Attack in Vienna, Austria
On Monday evening, several shooters with automatic weapons opened fire in six locations throughout Vienna, Austria in a coordinated terror attack that resulted in four deaths and at least 17 injuries.
One of the shooters, who was shot and killed by the police, had a previous terror conviction for attempting to join the Islamic State extremist group in Syria and had served 22 months in prison before being granted early release in December.
Police have arrested several other people as well, according to Interior Minister Karl Nehammer.
Said Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, "Yesterday’s attack was clearly an Islamist terror attack...It was an attack out of hatred — hatred for our fundamental values, hatred for our way of life, hatred for our democracy in which all people have equal rights and dignity."
A manhunt continues to be underway as at least two attackers are believed to still be on the run.
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