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Terrorism Charges Laid Against Somali Refugee

Terrorism-related charges among others have been laid in connection with a series of violent attacks in Edmonton that left a police officer with stab wounds and pedestrians hurt after they were plowed down in the street.

The Somali refugee is facing a series of charges including participation in a terrorist attack, commission of an offense for a terrorist group, five counts of attempted murder, dangerous driving, criminal flight causing bodily harm, and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Charges were officially laid against Sharif on Monday, multiple sources told CBC News.

Context: The RCMP said the accused had been on their radar in the past.

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