Inhabitants light candles as they pay tribute to the victims of the attack at one of the crime scenes in front of Saint Rupert's Church in the city centre of Vienna on November 7, 2020. The Austrian government ordered the closure on November 6 of two mosques in the capital Vienna frequented by the jihadist gunman who shot dead four people in the city centre earlier in the week. The shooting on November 2 was Austria's first major attack in decades and its first blamed on a jihadist, identified as 20-year-old Kujtim Fejzulai, who was killed by police. - Austria OUT
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Candles are lit in tribute to the victims of the Vienna terror attack. AFP 

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