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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Joe Biden expressed solidarity with the Muslim community

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A fourth Muslim man was killed in what officials are describing as a targeted attack in Albuquerque on Sunday.

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In a Twitter post following news of the fourth death, Biden said he was outraged and saddened by the killings.

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"While we await the full investigation, my prayers are with the families of the victims,

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And my administration stands firmly with the Muslim community,

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"These despicable attacks have no place in America," Biden said in a Twitter post.

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Police and federal agencies in New Mexico are investigating the killings, the latest of which occurred Friday evening.

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Police said the other three Muslim men killed in the state's largest city in the past nine months were targeted for their religion and race.

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Two of those killed were members of the same mosque that was shot and killed in Albuquerque in late July and early August.

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Police said there was a "strong possibility" that his death was linked to the killing of an Afghan immigrant in November.

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Agencies helping with the investigation include the New Mexico State Police, the FBI, and the U.S. Police. Marshal service included.

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New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said in a Twitter post late Saturday,

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"The targeted killings of Albuquerque's Muslim residents are extremely angry and completely unbearable."