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2 Killed In Knife Attack Outside Paris

The French interior minister said the attacker had psychiatric problems and authorities are not treating the incident as terrorism, despite a claim of responsibility by the Islamic State.

French authorities said a knife attacker killed two people and seriously wounded one more in the Paris suburb of Trappes Thursday morning before being killed by police.

Police "neutralized" the attacker adding that the police operation had ended.

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