Vienna terror attack: Police investigating 21 potential accomplices
20 November 2020 | 6:00 pm
Police say it's not clear how the shooter managed to get to Vienna's city center armed with an assault rifle, handgun, machete and fake explosive belt. They're also still looking into how the weapons reached Austria.
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