Abdul Razak Artan, a third-year student in logistics management, sits on the Oval in an August 2016 photo provided by The Lantern, student newspaper of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. on November 28, 2016. Courtesy of Kevin Stankiewicz for The Lantern/Handout via REUTERS
Somali college student Abdul Razak Ali Artan resided in Pakistan -- known as a breeding ground for Islamic terrorist groups -- for seven years before he was admitted into the U.S. and used a vehicle and a butcher knife to attack people at the Ohio State University (OSU) campus on Monday morning, wounding 11 people.

Abdul Razak Artan, a third-year student in logistics management, sits on the Oval in an August 2016 photo provided by The Lantern, student newspaper of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. on November 28, 2016. Courtesy of Kevin Stankiewicz for The Lantern/Handout via REUTERS
Somali college student Abdul Razak Ali Artan resided in Pakistan — known as a breeding ground for Islamic terrorist groups — for seven years before he was admitted into the U.S. and used a vehicle and a butcher knife to attack people at the Ohio State University (OSU) campus on Monday morning, wounding 11 people.

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