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The suspected New York attacker was originally from Uzbekistan before legally emigrating to the United States. Here’s what you need to know about the central Asian country.
The suspect terrorist in the New York terrorist attack is a Uzbek national. It remains unclear how or when he became radicalized.
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The Uzbek government did not immediately confirm the reports.
On Wednesday, I sat on the A train on my way from Queens to Manhattan. Across from me sat a young mother with her baby boy. Both of them were laughing and clapping along with a Muslim Uzbek woman who had arrived late the night before, setting foot in the West for the very first time.
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