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Tim Cook Tweets Condolences After Chabad Synagogue Attack

Apple CEO Tim Cook has tweeted his condolences after a horrific attack happen at the Chabad of Poway synagogue in California today. 

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The people in the synagogue were worshipping, as today is the last day of Passover.

At this moment, there has been one death and three others have been injured from the attack. The suspect of the attack has been taken into custody, according to the New York Times

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