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The attacker who fatally stabbed British lawmaker David Amess was referred to an official counterterrorist program for those thought to be at risk of radicalization, according to media reports.

Police said late Saturday that detectives had until Friday, Oct. 22, to question the suspect after he was detained under the Terrorism Act, which allowed them to extend his detention.

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