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ISIL audio claiming responsibility for Paris attacks sounds like it could be Canadian, experts say MP3

TORONTO — As Canadian police and security agencies searched for any possible connections to the Paris terrorist attacks, analysts questioned whether the audio recording claiming responsibility for the killings was made by a Canadian. The English version of the audio statement released by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant had terrorism experts wondering whether it had been voiced by someone who had learned th... Source: news.nationalpost.com

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