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Image caption St Patrick's is a Catholic cathedral in Manhattan built in the 19th Century. A man has been arrested after walking into New York's St Patrick's Cathedral carrying two full petrol cans, lighter fluid and lighters, police say. They say guards confronted the 37-year-old as he entered the Manhattan church on Wednesday evening. He spilt gasoline on the ground and officers took him into custody. Deputy police commissioner John Miller noted that the "suspicious" incident occurred just two days after a fire gutted Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris. St Patrick's is the seat of New York's Roman Catholic archdiocese. "An individual walking into an iconic location like St Patrick's cathedral... Full story

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