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Canada shooter charged with four counts of homicide

The man behind a fatal shooting in an eastern Canada city has been charged with four counts of first degree murder, police said Saturday.
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Police arrest suspect in shooting that left four dead

Canadian police said they have arrested a suspect in a shooting Friday that left four dead in the eastern city of Fredericton.
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Police: Four killed in Canada shooting

Four people were killed on Friday in a shooting in the eastern Canadian town of Fredericton, police said.

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