FBI has 'not ruled out terrorism' in Florida shooting

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January 7, 2017 08:25

 
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The FBI has taken the lead on the investigation into the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting and is working to identify the victims. Airport authorities say the airport will not open until 0500 eastern (1000 gmt) on Saturday morning as thousands are left stranded after a shooting that left 5 people killed.

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