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Police said the attacker got out of a pickup truck, which then caught fire, and attacked three bystanders with a knife.

Australia police: Melbourne attacker also planned explosion

The Latest: IS claims responsibility for Australia attack

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for an attack in Australia that police say was linked to terrorism

What we know about Bourke St attack

BOURKE ST has reopened after yesterday’s horrific attack, with the state’s top cop saying the officers who came face-to-face with the terrorist acted ‘very bravely’. Here’s what we know so far.

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Melbourne attacker inspired by 'Islamic State'

Australian police have said a man who embarked on a killing in Melbourne was radicalized by "Islamic State" propaganda. But they said no direct connection with the extremist group had yet been established.

Melbourne attack: Police say knifeman also planned for pick-up truck to explode

Victoria state Police said Hassain Khalif Shire Ali, 30, had also planned for his vehicle to explode in the attack in Melbourne, but gas cylinders in the back of his pick-up failed to ignite.

Bourke St attacker had planned explosion for Melbourne's CBD

The lone terrorist who fatally stabbed a man in Bourke Street on Friday planned to cause an explosion in Melbourne by igniting gas cylinders in his car, police say.

Bourke Street attacker had passport cancelled but wasn't deemed a threat

A local sheikh says the Islamic State-inspired terrorist who carried out yesterday's fatal stabbing in Bourke Street, Hassan Khalif Shire Ali, was not mentally fit, while police confirm his passport was cancelled in 2015 over fears he planned to travel to Syria.

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Australia police say Melbourne attacker was known to authorities

Hassan Khalif Shire Ali, 30, had his passport cancelled in 2015 after he planned to travel to Syria, police say.

Sisto Malaspina, killed in Friday's attack, is credited with kickstarting Melbourne's cafe culture.

Australia: Police say Melbourne stabbing attack is 'terrorism'

Police have identified attack as a 'terrorism incident' after a man stabs three people in Melbourne, before being shot.