CANADIAN AUTHORITIES reportedly are looking at a photo, above left, circulated on an ISIS-related Twitter account and purported to be Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the suspect in the shooting yesterday morning at Canada's War Memorial, above right, and Parliament building that left one soldier dead. Authorities say Zehaf-Bibeau, the son of a government immigration official, was the lone gunman in the attack and reportedly had ties to an alleged homegrown jihadist wanted by Canadian authorities, and hasd attempted to travel to Libya.
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