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NYC Mayor de Blasio calls mailed bombs an ‘Act of Terror’

By Bloomberg
29 October 2018   |   8:06 am
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at a news conference about the potential explosive devices sent to President Barack Obama, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and CNN's New York offices.

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