A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters
A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters

Man accused of killing members of Muslim family in apparent hate crime appears before judge in Canada

  • Four members of one family, spanning three generations, were killed when a truck ran them down while they were out for an evening walk near their home in London, Ontario
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the killings a ‘terrorist attack’ and vowed to clamp down on far-right groups and online hate

Topic |   Racism and prejudice
A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters
A vigil held after four members of a Muslim family were killed in what police describe as a hate-motivated attack at a mosque in London, Ontario, Canada on June 8. Photo: Reuters
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