Two Gunmen Killed by Police After Opening Fire at Muhammad Art Exhibit in Texas

4 May 2015, 11:34 am

Two gunmen opened fire outside an event in Garland, Texas which was exhibiting drawings of Muhammad. The event featured Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders. A security guard was wounded, but was released from hospital. Local police shot and killed the two gunmen. Their identities have not been rele

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Two Gunmen Killed by Police After Opening Fire at Muhammad Art Exhibit in Texas

Two gunmen opened fire outside an event in Garland, Texas which was exhibiting drawings of Muhammad. The event featured Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders. A security guard was wounded, but was released from hospital. Local police shot and killed the two gunmen. Their identities have not been rele

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