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ISIS claimed responsibility for a December 19, 2016, attack in Berlin. Anis Amri stole a tractor-trailer and ran it through a crowded Christmas market. The attack left 12 people dead, including the truck's original driver, and 56 others injured. Amri was killed on December 23 after a shootout with police near Milan.
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On April 7, 2017, 39-year-old Uzbek asylum seeker and ISIS sympathizer Rakhmat Akilov hijacked a delivery truck and drove it into a pedestrian area in central Stockholm. Five people were killed in the attack, and an additional 14 others were seriously injured. Aklov was apprehended by police and confessed to the terrorist attack.
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On the night of June 3, 2017, three radical Islamic terrorists associated with ISIS ran down pedestrians on the London Bridge in London's Southwark district. When the van crashed the terrorists fled the vehicle and ran to the nearby Borough Market where they began stabbing bar and restaurant patrons. The attackers killed eight people and injured 48 others before they were shot dead by London police just eight minutes after the initial report of the attack.
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One person died and eight were injured in London in the early hours of June 19, 2017, when an attacker in a rented van plowed into worshippers leaving a mosque near Finsbury Park. The suspect in that case, David Osborne, 47, allegedly became self-radicalized after the London Bridge terrorist attack weeks earlier.
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On the morning of August 9, 2017, a driver rammed his BMW into a group of soldiers outside a barracks in the French city of Levallois-Perret, a Paris suburb. Six soldiers were injured in the attack. After a manhunt, the suspected attacker, an Algerian national, was shot, wounded and arrested by police later the same day.