People attend a candlelight vigil at the San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino, California, Dec. 3, 2015 for victims of the mass shooting in San Bernardino. (AFP/ROBYN BECK)
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A U.S.-born Muslim who along with his wife gunned down 14 people in California may have been radicalized and had been in contact with known terrorism suspects, news reports say.Quoting a senior federal government official, the Los Angeles Times said Farook was in contact with a small number of suspected extremists. This official was also quoted as saying there are indications he communicated with at least one person being monitored as a potential terror suspect. The attack was the deadliest mass shooting in the United States since the 2012 assault on an elementary school in Connecticut that left 26 people dead, including 20 children.Authorities identified the victims as six women and eight men ranging in age from 26 to 60 .According to the site Mass Shooting Tracker, the latest attack brings to 352 the number of mass shootings in the United States so far this year. A mass shooting is defined as four or more people shot in one incident.
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