Trump condemns 'evil losers' behind attack ■ Netanyahu: Enlightened nations must cooperate to defeat terror ■ Man arrested in connection to attack, BBC reports
Daniella Peled is editor of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting and has written widely from across the Middle East and Afghanistan.
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