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Islamic State Claims Responsibility For NYC Vehicle Attack

The weekly edition of the extremist group's Al-Naba newspaper says that the driver in Tuesday's attack is "one of the caliphate's soldiers."
On Wednesday, a damaged Home Depot truck remains at the scene of a deadly attack in New York City the day before. / Mark Lennihan / Shutterstock.com

The Islamic State is claiming responsibility for Tuesday's vehicle attack in New York that killed eight people and injured a dozen others, The New York and other outlets report.

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