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Manhattan attacker 'should get death penalty': Trump

By Vikas
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US President Donald Trump has called for death penalty to Uzbek national who carried out the Manhattan terror attack which left eight people dead.

A man, who mowed down civilians at Manhattan in a rented truck, was identified as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov from Uzbekistan.

Five Argentines and one Belgian national are among the eight killed in New York's Lower Manhattan area on Wednesday after a truck mowed down civilians. The incident took place at a bike path on West Street, just a few blocks away from the World Trade Center.

The 29 year old driver was shot by the police after he jumped out of the vehicle. Officials said that the man was screaming and holding fake guns in both hands. Witnesses said that the suspect was shouting Allahu Akbar following the incident.

[Manhattan attacker is Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov from Uzbekistan]

In the aftermath of Manhattan terrorist attack, the White House on Thursday said it has not called for inclusion of Uzbekistan in the travel ban list, but did not rule this out altogether.

A day after Manhattan terror attack, US justice officials announced on Thursday that they had found a second Uzbek man they were seeking in relation to the attack

OneIndia News

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