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Vienna Attack: Four killed, terrorist responsible was an ISIS sympathizer

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The Austrian government has confirmed that at least one suspect in Monday’s terrorist attack in Vienna is an Islamic State terrorist, who reportedly spent 22 months in prison for trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State’s caliphate. The suspected gunman, 20, was killed by authorities Monday.

Interior Minister Karl Nehammer told the Austrian news agency APA, according to the Associate Press, that several other suspects have been arrested.

Monday’s shootings took place near a synagogue and a kosher restaurant in an area reportedly known for its lively nightlife scene just hours before the country was to go on its second partial lockdown due to COVID-19.

Four people were reportedly killed, including a police officer, in the attacks and 17 others are said to be wounded.

“Yesterday’s attack was clearly an Islamist terror attack,” Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said, according to the AP. “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.”

In response to the attacks, Austria has imposed a stricter lockdown, closing schools and telling the public to stay home. Further, Jews have been instructed not to publicly display their faith.

The public has been advised to stay inside. Jews have also been told to remove Kippot (skullcaps) and any other public displays of faith.

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There are also reports of a hostage situation.

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Helping Our Heroes: Task Force Dagger Assists Vets & Families Where the VA Falls Short

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Sara breaks down the disturbing news that many Americans are still trying to get out of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Afghan women are now banned from going to male doctors but women are not allowed to go to college to become doctors. That means women may be denied health care altogether.

Sara also welcomes special forces veteran and Task Force Dagger Chairman Mark Stephens to discuss the frustration of veterans over the U.S. exit from Afghanistan. Stephens explains why the Biden administration policy was a retreat rather than a withdrawal and why that is significant. Stephens also shares and how his group is serving many veterans and their families because of major gaps in the VA system.

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