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FBI tests will determine if Somali suicide bomber was Minneapolis man

Some in Minneapolis' Somali community think a former neighbor was responsible for a weekend suicide bombing in Mogadishu. The FBI can't confirm that but plans to conduct forensic tests to find out.
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Some in Minneapolis' Somali community think a former neighbor was responsible for a weekend suicide bombing in Mogadishu. The FBI can't confirm that but plans to conduct forensic tests to find out.

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