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According to Wikipedia, in 2020 there were 7 terrorist attacks in OECD founding member states.
This question asks:
Will there be a terrorist attack in an OECD founding member state causing more than 3 deaths between November 3rd 2020 and up until March 1st 2021?
An event will be considered a 'terrorist attack' if it is described as such by any agency of the state authorities of the country where the attack occurred. Mass shootings or other criminal events that are not considered to be 'terrorist attacks' by authrities do not count.
OECD founding member states include: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, including all territorial waters.
Victims that die after March 1 2021 of injuries sustained in an event before March 1 202 will not be included.
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