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>> An 18-year old Moroccan who appears to have chosen women as his target. Finnish police releasing information on Saturday about the man they've arrested for a deadly knife attack the day before. Two Finns were killed and eight people injured in attack in the city of Turku. Three of the injured are now in intensive care.
An Italian and two Swedish citizens among the injured. Police are treating the incident as terrorism-related crime, and they've arrested four other Moroccan citizens over possible links to the attack. The 18-year old suspect was arrested after being shot in the leg by police. He'd only been in the country a short time, authorities said, and had been quote, part of the asylum process.
The attack shocked the Nordic country, named the world's safest place to live by the World Economic Forum, and where violent crime is relatively rare. Security has been reinforced nationwide, with increased patrols and more surveillance.