Armed protesters from the so-called Bureau of American-Islamic Relations (BAIR), take part in a demonstration in front of a mosque on December 12, 2015 in Richardson, Texas. John Moore/Getty Images/AFP
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FBI divers have wrapped up a three-day search of a lakebed where authorities suspect a couple inspired by Islamic State dumped evidence linked to their massacre of 14 people, an official said on Sunday, adding that the team retrieved some objects there.Laura Eimiller, a Federal Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman, declined to describe the objects or say whether they appeared to be connected to the mass shooting earlier this month.The couple shot dead 14 people and wounded more than 20 in a rampage the FBI said it was treating as an act of terrorism inspired by Islamic militants.The FBI has said the couple declared they were acting on behalf of Islamic State.
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