Czech officials offered Sweden their condolences on Friday, strongly condemning an apparent terror attack in Stockholm, in which an assailant drove a lorry into a crowd, killing at least three people. Culture Minister Daniel Herman wrote on Twitter that such attacks must not become normal, while Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek wrote that attacks on innocents had to stop. Other Czech politicians, shocked by the heinous act, said their thoughts were with the victims and their families. Swedish police are searching for a person of interest captured on CCTV.
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