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A Moroccan man told a court in Finland he was "in war against women" when he went on a rampage in the Finnish city of Turku last year, stabbing two women to death and wounding eight more people, local media reported.Bouanane told the court that before the attacks last August, he had visited a mosque and recorded a video in which he talked about U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria and the fight for Daesh (ISIS). When he started the attacks on the market square, he said, he couldn't control himself.A psychiatric assessment concluded that Bouanane was criminally responsible for the attacks.The case marks the first terror-related attack in Finland.
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