UPDATE 5:58 p.m.:
Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, faces six charges of first-degree murder and five charges of attempted murder with a restricted firearm in connection with the Quebec mosque shooting.
His next court date is Feb. 21.
Bissonnette was known to express anti-Muslim sentiments online.
Updates: All injured are in the clear— Justin Ling (@Justin_Ling) January 30, 2017
One suspect only: Alexandre Bissionnette
Mohamed Khadir appears to have been the one who called 911
UPDATE 1:25 p.m.: Bissonette is the only suspect in the shooting.
Mohamed el Khadir appears to have been the person who called 911 after the shooting and turned himself in.
All of the injured are "in the clear," according to VICE News.
UPDATE 12:22 p.m.:
Canadian police said only one of the men arrested is a suspect in the deadly mosque shooting in Quebec City.
It was not clear whether Mohamed el Khadir or Alexandre Bissonnette was the suspect.
Two men suspected in a deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada, have been arrested and identified.
Alexandre Bissonnette, 27 and Mohamed el Khadir, whose age was not given, were both arrested. One of the men was said to be of Moroccan origin, but it was not clear who from the original report.
Bissonette was arrested at the scene. Khadir turned himself in after fleeing the scene. Both are students at the nearby Université Laval.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the shooting a terrorist attack.
U.S. President Trump called Trudeau on Monday to express condolences and offered to provide any assistance needed, Trudeau's office said.
The shooting killed six people whose ages ranged from 35 to 70. The University of Quebec Hospital Centre said five people were in critical condition and 12 others suffered minor injuries.
Pope Francis condemned the shooting in a telegram to the archbishop of Quebec.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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